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Valmet Industrial Internet Performance Centers are a gateway to Valmet’s expert services

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Valmet Performance Centers are an easy-access channel for customers to Valmet’s Industrial Internet applications and remote services. Five newly established Performance Centers offer extensive support for pulp, paper and board, tissue and energy customers. Performance Centers make Valmet’s expertise easily available for customers through remote connections and tools. Valmet’s specialists...
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Judging by the Package

Manik Seth
— Ms. Anjana Shanmugavel, Senior Manager, Sustainable Business, WWF-India. A key part of India’s forest fibre consumption story today revolves around packaging. Its importance has been increasing exponentially, owing to retail growth and shifting patterns in the way goods are produced, traded, stored and transported around the country and exported...
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Sappi Gratkorn Increases Process Visibility and Operator Efficiency with Experion®

Manik Seth
“Honeywell as the base supplier for automation systems at Sappi Gratkorn has offered us a customer-oriented solution that reuses installed equipment combined with the newest DCS and QCS functions and technology.” ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// – Karl Weiss, Sappi Gratkorn Background Paper has been produced at Gratkorn (Austria) for more than four centuries....
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ANAEROBIC TREATMENT OF RECYCLED PAPER MILL EFFLUENT WITH THE INTERNAL CIRCULATION REACTOR

Manik Seth
W.J.B.M. Driessen*, L.H.A. Habets Paques B.V., P.O. Box 52, 8560 AB Balk, The Netherlands Abstract Anaerobic effluent treatment using the UASB (Anaerobic Upflow Sludge Bed) process has been used on a large variety of effluents from the pulp and paper industry. Newly developed sludge bed reactors which allow higher upflow...
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Fortum, UPM and Valmet are jointly developing technology to produce advanced biomass based fuels

Manik Seth
March 11, 2014 Fortum, UPM and Valmet have joined forces to develop a new, winning technology to produce advanced high value lignocellulosic fuels, such as transportation fuels or higher value bio liquids. The idea is to develop catalytic pyrolysis technology for upgrading bio-oil and commercialise the solution. According to several...
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