Each issue of PaperMoney is approximately 500 fact filled pages.
Click here for Pulp & Paper Radio International
The Paperitalo Library
Free Downloads
My Profile
Management Side
Södra Cell Värö's Expansion Project
Stockholm, Sweden 23 December 2015 -- In February 2014, Södra's Board of Directors decided to invest SEK 4 billion in a significant expansion of Södra Cell Värö. Once complete, the expansion will bring about an increase of 425,000 tonnes to 700,000 tonnes of pulp annually. The project's implementation was successful in 2015. The plant has surpassed its production plan, in parallel as the new equipment has been installed.

The new barking drum was lifted into place at the chip plant in early December and the conveyor bridges that will transport the chips from the chip storage facility to the continuous digester are now being installed. Pipe bridges with processing tubes will be assembled between the various sections of the plant in the industrial area.

"I'm convinced that our success is largely a result of our positive attitude and willingness to help one another. When it comes to safety, it's vital that we look out for each other so that no one gets hurt. There are a lot of people here helping us expand the plant and it is important that they feel welcome and comfortable here," says Jonas Eriksson, Site Manager and Södra Cell Värö.

The project will enter a final intensive phase in mid-January. In May, the entire plant will be shut down while the new machinery is connected so that production can recommence in mid-June.

While the expansion project is under way, the plant continues to produce high-quality paper pulp and, at the time of writing just before Christmas, is more than 11,000 tonnes ahead of its production plan for 2015.


Related Articles:

Powered by Bondware
News Publishing Software

The browser you are using is outdated!

You may not be getting all you can out of your browsing experience
and may be open to security risks!

Consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser or choose on below: