Metso Paper to rebuild Stora Enso Nymölla Mill's brown stock process

Published Aug 6, 2003 13.00.00 +2 GMT

Metso Paper will supply new brown stock process equipment for the Stora Enso Nymölla Mill in southern Sweden. The value of the order is close to EUR 8 million. The rebuilt process is scheduled to start up in the end of January 2004.

Metso Paper's delivery will include three wash presses and rebuilding of the existing brown stock screening system, dismantling of the existing process equipment and erection of the new ones, piping system and start-up supervision. The daily design capacity of the pulping line is 720 tonnes fully bleached magnefite sulphite pulp.

Stora Enso's Nymöllä mill is one of the leading fine paper producers in the world. The mill produces uncoated fine paper, mainly copy paper, in the basis weight range of 60-160 g/m².

Metso Corporation is a global supplier of process industry machinery and systems. The Corporation's fiber and paper technology business area, Metso Paper, is the world's leading supplier of technology, systems and equipment for the pulp and paper industries. Metso's other core businesses are divided between Metso Minerals (rock and mineral processing) and Metso Automation (automation and control technology). In 2002, the net sales of Metso Corporation were EUR 4.7 billion and the personnel totaled approximately 28,500. Metso Corporation is listed on the Helsinki and New York Stock Exchanges.

More information: Alpo Tuomi, Vice President Marketing Metso Paper, Chemical Pulping Business Line tel. +358 400 591 450