IPMA and CII have partnered to facilitate continuous improvement in energy, water and environmental performance of Indian paper industry and help them in achieving the world class standards. With the same deliberation they organized 6th edition of Papertech at Hyderabad. We present here the excerpts of the views shared during...
M-real announced that it has decided to discontinue uncoated fine paper and “unprofitable” specialty paper production at its Gohrsmuhle mill in Germany. As a result of the measure, M-real’s annual uncoated fine paper capacity will be reduced by approximately 120,000 tons and specialty paper capacity by 70,000 tons. As many...
M-real Corporation, part of Metsäliitto Group, plans to divest the entire Gohrsmühle mill in Germany or alternatively parts of the mill separately based on a Paper Park concept. In case the divestment would turn out to be unsuccessful M-real commences a process to discontinue the uncoated fine and the unprofitable parts of the speciality paper operations at Gohrsmühle mill. Should
Metso will rebuild two board machines for M-real in Finland to increase capacity and improve quality: the BM 3 cartonboard machine at the Simpele mill and the BM 1 kraftliner machine at the Kemiart Liners mill in Kemi. The start-up of the rebuilt Simpele BM 3 machine is scheduled for the second quarter of 2011 and that of the rebuilt
M-real Corporation announced on 16 December 2009 its plan to permanently shut down the Alizay pulp mill. The plan is a part of the EUR 80 million profit improvement programme for the year 2010. At the same time, M-real initiated the information and consultation process concerning the possible permanent shutdown of the pulp mill.
M-real said that it plans to close two specialty paper machines at its Reflex mill in Duren, Germany and streamline the organizations in both the Reflex and Gohrsmuhle mills during the first half of 2010. Both mills operate within M-real Zanders specialty papers business. The Reflex mill has four paper machines and an annual production capacity of 100,000 tons of
M-real starts statutory negotiations at Hallein mill, Austria, targeting to discontinue the paper production at the end of April 2009. At Gohrsmuhle mill, Germany, the standard fine paper production will be discontinued during April and its effects will be reviewed. At Gohrsmuhle, it has already been decided that the production of speciality papers as well as uncoated fine paper reels