BRUSSELS, March 14, 2019 (PPI Europe) -German packaging producer August Faller has started up digital folding carton production by founding the new Worms-based subsidiary PackEx, which should speed up product delivery times and generate significantly reduced operating costs.
“Customers can place their orders with PackEx on a web-based software solution and receive the products in just a few days. This is much faster than the several weeks often needed by companies that use conventional production methods,” the firm said in a statement.Read more
BRUSSELS, Dec. 6, 2018 (PPI Europe) -Smurfit Kappa Group (SKG) will carry out the final phase of the revamp of its recycled containerboard machine (RCCM) PM 1 at its Roermond mill in the Netherlands from January 21.
The rebuild, which will last five weeks, will consist of rebuilding the wet-end of the 260,000 tonne/yr line. Some 25,000 tonnes of RCCM will be taken out of the market as a result of the downtime.Read more
BRUSSELS, May 31, 2018 (PPI Europe) -The Russian private investment company Sistema and the government of the Krasnoyarsk region have discussed the potential construction of a pulp and paper (P&P) mill in Lesosibirsk by Segezha Group, a subsidiary of Sistema. The talks took place within the framework of the St. Petersburg Economic Forum.
Segezha Group’s president and chairman of the board, Mikhail Shamolin, noted that it would be risky for the company to implement this greenfield project without support from the state and regional authorities.Read more
BRUSSELS, May 31, 2018 (PPI Europe) -The Vienna-based paper, cartonboard and packaging producer Pulp Mill Holding is planning to produce recycled containerboard (RCCM) in southern Russia. Currently, a search for a suitable site for the project is in progress.
The company’s investment advisor Vladimir Krupchak said that the company is considering the acquisition of a used 200,000-250,000 tonne/yr line or the installation of a new 300,000-350,000 tonne/yr machine.Read more
BRUSSELS, May 24, 2018 (PPI Europe) -Russia’s MAG Group is set to launch operation of a large materials recovery facility (MRF) in Nizhny Novgorod. The facility, which is being supplied by Bollegraaf Recycling Solutions, held test runs on May 18 and is scheduled to start regular operations tomorrow. It will be able to process some 60 tonnes of solid waste per hour. According to local media reports, the project cost some Rouble 1.2 billion ($19.3 million).Read more