Highlights from previous issue
Palm Aalen PM 5 – a sustainable investment for the next 50 years
PM 5 at the Papierfabrik Palm Aalen-Neukochen site in Germany is the world’s widest high-capacity containerboard line. It is an investment for the next 50 years and has been producing high-quality and sellable board since the start-up in July, 2021.
The future of the bioindustry
Project Star is one of the largest private investments in Brazil in the last 20 years, and it has made Bracell the largest producer of dissolving pulp in the world. The mill runs without any fossil fuels and can produce up to three million tonnes of kraft pulp per year.
Georgia Pacific invented eTAD
Georgia-Pacific is one of the biggest tissue producers in North America. However, in early 2000s their Quilted Northern brand came under tremendous pressure. Read about how they invented a sustainable technology for high-premium tissue quality and refreshed their brand’s position.
Valmet Mobile Maintenance enables smoother workflow with real-time maintenance data
Designed to make life easier for maintenance staff and production operators in their day-to-day operation. Valmet now launches ‘Valmet Mobile Maintenance application’ (VMM), a mobile application for iOS and Android.
Meeting customer needs – with Valmet Recovery boiler technology
In the last few years, we have seen a boom in pulp investments in China, where Valmet has five ongoing recovery boiler projects. The key drivers for recovery boiler technology selection have been to achieve high availability, a high reduction rate and energy efficiency.