Interview with Naveen Chenna, Head of Business and Technology Development, ANDRITZ
Podcast: The recovery boiler is often considered to be the heart of a pulp mill, and it is undoubtedly vital for environmental and economically sustainable production.
Consumer demand and textile industry targets are driving the circularity agenda, but it is technology that will actually make it happen.
Essity’s mission to produce more-from-less drives an effort to integrate more “circularity” into its business: from responsible raw material sourcing to more efficient production with a smaller climate footprint. The latest example is its innovative project to convert agricultural residue into bleached pulp and utilize it in high-quality tissue products. ANDRITZ is a technology partner in making this happen.
Thai tissue producer BJC Cellox needed a new tissue line to take advantage of growing demand for its high-quality products. ANDRITZ was chosen to supply a complete turnkey line including a PrimeLineCOMPACT tissue machine.
ANDRITZ Wood Processing has received an order from Metsä Fibre bioproduct mill project in Kemi, Finland to supply the world first ANDRITZ SIM600 Logyard Crane Simulator.