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Metso to Relocate Containerboard Machine in Indonesia
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Helsinki, Finland, 05 November 2010 -- Metso will relocate a containerboard machine for PT. Pelita Cengkareng Paper & Co. to their Subang mill in Indonesia. The start-up of the relocated machine is scheduled for the last quarter of 2011. The value of the order will not be disclosed. The typical market value of this type of a relocation project ranges from EUR 5 to 10 million depending on the scope of services. The most part of the order is included in Paper and Fiber Technology’s fourth quarter orders received and the automation upgrade package in Energy and Environmental Technology’s fourth quarter orders received.

A Tampella-manufactured (currently Metso technology) kraftliner machine will be reconditioned and modified to manufacture testliner and corrugating medium grades. Metso’s delivery will comprise a broad scope of services including dismantling and packing supervision, engineering, installation supervision, and start-up support of the machine.

Metso also will modernize the dryer section with a new hood and dryer fabric cleaners. A complete automation upgrade package with machine and process controls, quality measurements, and drive controls for the entire production line is included in the delivery.

Relocation services are part of Metso’s full-scope offering, combining expert services, machine rebuilding, project management, and automation solutions, reflecting the wide Metso installed-base know-how.

Established in 1974, PT. Pelita Cengkareng Paper produces kraftliner, corrugating medium, duplex board, chipboard, and wrapping paper. The company's current annual production capacity is 190,000 metric tons. Through expansion in a new site at Subang, the annual capacity will increase to 540,000 metric tons.

Metso (www.metso.com) is a global supplier of sustainable technology and services for mining, construction, power generation, automation, recycling, and the pulp and paper industries. The company has about 27,000 employees in more than 50 countries.

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