Valmet acquires tissue rewinder business from Massimiliano Corsini srl

Sep 3, 2015

On August 6, 2015, Valmet's acquisition of Massimiliano Corsini srl's tissue rewinder business was completed. The acquired company mainly supply rewinders for tissue and non-woven machines. The operations employ 33 people and are located in Pescia, close to Lucca Italy and the new name of the company is Valmet Pescia.

Inauguration of Valmet's new site, Valmet Pescia

Combination of Valmet and MC Paper Machinery creates complete customer offering

As a result of the acquisition, Valmet will have a more extensive product portfolio and becomes a stronger technology and services company in its field. The acquisition strengthens Valmet's competitiveness by combining tissue making equipment from stock preparation to rewinding, process know-how, automation and services into one customer value-adding entity.

Valmet and MC Paper Machinery have had a long-term partnership and a large amount of MC Paper rewinders have been installed in connection to Valmet tissue machines.

The company being acquired is a strong business, with established customer relations and a high level of technology and know-how, including the successful Focus technology. During the last 20 years MC Paper Machinery has become world leading in designing and manufacturing rewinding plants specifically devoted to the field of non-woven and tissue paper.

Through the acquisition, Valmet strengthens its offering and continues to develop its business.

Strengthened tissue market position

"Valmet and MC Paper Machinery share the same determination to offer leading technologies, with highest customer satisfaction. Through the acquisition, Valmet will become a technology and service company with a wider offering of high technology equipment for tissue production. By combining tissue paper and re-winding machinery with process know-how, automation and services and global presence from both companies, we can serve the tissue producers even better than before and move our customers' performance forward," says Anders Bj√∂rn, Vice President of Valmet's Tissue Mills Business Unit.