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Metso to Rebuild the Kraftliner Machine at SCA
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Helsinki, Finland, 05 June 2012 -- Metso will rebuild the white top kraftliner machine at the Piteå mill of SCA Packaging Munksund AB in Sweden. The rebuilt production line will be fully operational during 2013. The value of the order will not be disclosed.

The main target of the rebuild is to increase the share of the production of value-added white top kraftliner products. As a result of the rebuild, SCA Packaging Munksund will be able to increase its total annual white top kraftliner production from the current level of 110,000 metric tons to 165,000 metric tons and the total kraftliner production from today’s 360,000 metric tons to 415,000 metric tons.

“The investment in the rebuild facilitates increased production of white top kraftliner, a strong specialty paper for the corrugated board industry, which is experiencing a high growth rate. The investment is in line with the company’s strategy, which is to increase production and sales of products and services with a higher degree of refinement that add value to our customers,” said Jan Johansson, president and CEO of SCA.

Metso’s delivery will comprise a rebuild of the approach flow system, headbox, forming, press, and dryer sections, and of the board machine ventilation system.

The 7.01-m wide (wire) PM 1 will produce white top kraftliner in the basis weight range of 115-200 g/m2 and unbleached kraftliner in the range of 170-440 g/m2 at the design speed of 1100 m/min.

The order is included in Metso’s Pulp, Paper and Power first quarter 2012 orders received.


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