ANDRITZ to upgrade pulp drying line for Iggesund Paperboard, Sweden: capacity increase of up to 40%
Der internationale Technologiekonzern ANDRITZ erhielt von Iggesund Paperboard den Auftrag zur Modernisierung der TM4-Zellstofftrocknungslinie im Werk Iggesund, Schweden. Damit soll die Kapazität der Linie von aktuell 230–260 Tagestonnen auf 325 Tagestonnen erhöht werden. Die Inbetriebnahme ist für das 4. Quartal 2015 geplant.
ANDRITZ will deliver a customized upgrade solution including a new shoe press and steam blow box, an overhaul of the airborne dryer, and safety improvements. The capacity increase in the drying area will support Iggesund Paperboard’s goal to raise its total pulp capacity from 370,000 to 420,000 tons per year. In addition, the ANDRITZ upgrade will enhance production stability and further reduce energy costs.
Iggesund Paperboard is a member of the Holmen Group and Europe’s leading manufacturer of high-quality virgin fiber paperboard for use in the packaging and graphics sectors.
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The ANDRITZ GROUP is a globally leading supplier of plants, equipment, and services for hydropower stations, the pulp and paper industry, the metalworking and steel industries, and solid/liquid separation in the municipal and industrial sectors. The publicly listed, international technology Group is headquartered in Graz, Austria, and has a staff of around 24,500 employees. ANDRITZ operates over 250 production sites as well as service and sales companies all around the world. The ANDRITZ GROUP ranks among the global market leaders in all four of its business areas. One of the Group’s overall strategic goals is to strengthen and extend this position. At the same time, the company aims to secure the continuation of profitable growth in the long term.
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