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Qifeng Group Orders an E-WIND® P100 Paper Rewinder from A.Celli

Qifeng Group relies on A.Celli Paper’s technology for the sixth time by ordering a new rewinder for special papers.

November 28, 2022

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Qifeng Group, a leading company in the production and sales of decorative paper, will install the rewinder in its No 27 special paper production line located at the Guigang plant in the Guangxi Autonomous Region.

The A.Celli solution, equipped with spool parking, automatic core gluing and dust removal system has been designed and manufactured to process jumbo rolls of decorative paper with a diameter of 2800 mm and a width of 3860 mm at a design speed of 2000 mpm.

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In the words of Mr. Li Andong, General Manager, Qifeng group, “The collaboration between Qifeng Group and A.Celli began in 2009 with the supply of an AC842 rewinder. We are very honoured to have received the support of this important partner for more than ten years. The establishment of a new production line in Guangxi is an important regional strategy of Qifeng Group and, thanks to it, we will achieve even higher achievements.”

The business partnership between A.Celli Paper and Qifeng Group, which began more than 10 years ago, will be strengthened with the order placed in October for a new E-WIND® P100 Paper Rewinder, the sixth purchased over the years.

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Qifeng Group, founded in 1976, has 46 years of papermaking history and 22 years of experience in the production of special papers. Its main products are decorative base paper, wear-resistant paper, and nonwoven wallpaper base paper. A special mention goes to the production of latex impregnated paper, for which Zibo Oumu is the leading producer in China. The company currently employs 1,500 people and was listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange in December 2010.