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    - Helen Morris

    Metsä Group has invested in three new state-of-the-art converting lines supplied by Valmet Tissue Converting and C.G Bretting Manufacturing Co. The machines will be installed at the company’s Mariestad site in Sweden and will enable large scale, high-quality hand towel production in Scandinavia. With a total capacity of 70,000 tons of tissue paper, planned commission is expected in the second and third quarter of 2025. The investments are part of the company´s expansion and modernisation investment in Mariestad and strategic Future Mill programme, aimed at world-class environmental and operational performance. Valmet Tissue Converting will deliver two converting lines to produce rolled tissue papers for the consumer market and C.G Bretting Manufacturing Co., Inc. will deliver one converting line for folded paper towels for professional use. Esa Paavolainen, Vice President, Projects, Metsä Tissue, said: “The state-of-the-art converting lines with high-efficiency components ensure optimal performance and productivity. “Our converting lines feature highly [...]

    - Joe Pruski

    Random Lengths is inviting feedback from the industry on pricing methodologies for Random Lengths and Random Lengths International as part of its annual methodology review process. The post Random Lengths undertaking open industry consultation, review of price guides appeared first on Fastmarkets. [...]

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