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Mitsubishi HiTec Paper initiates new system

Coated specialty paper manufacturer Mitsubishi HiTec Paper has introduced a new quality control system to ensure production at its site in Bielefeld, Germany meets future market needs.
As part of the company’s new business development programme, the new quality control system has been initiated on the CM 21 coating machine. The recently commissioned, modern Honeywell quality control system includes several measuring frames of different equipment and system peripherals for precise process control.
With this investment of around €1 million EUR ($1.1 million USD), Mitsubishi HiTec Paper stated that it will continue to focus on future, innovative markets and applications.
Kai Borenius, head of machine technology at Mitsubishi HiTec Paper, said

Mondi launches 2018 Report: Sustainable Packaging & Paper by Design

Mondi Group has released its 2018 reporting suite Sustainable Packaging and Paper by Design, including its full Sustainable Development report and Integrated report and financial statements.
The Sustainable Development report shows positive progress on climate change achieved through the introduction of biomass and recovery boilers in Mondi’s mills leading to 100% electricity self-sufficiency, with 64% of fuel from renewable sources. In total, there has been a 14.5% reduction in specific CO2e

Smurfit Kappa launches premium papers for digital, flexographic

Smurfit Kappa has launched an innovative new range of premium papers that are suitable for both digital and flexographic printers.
The DigiStar paper was developed in response to a growing demand in the market for a multi-purpose premium solution delivering high quality printing results.
Smurfit Kappa harnessed its expertise and experience in paper to develop a unique and sustainable solution that can maximise the capabilities of digital print and work hand-in-hand with both digital and

Andritz launches new PrimeLineTEX tissue machine for textured tissue

ANDRITZ announced that it has officially launched its new tissue machine for textured tissue, the “PrimeLineTEX”, enabling customers to produce textured tissue of a quality superior to dry crepe and very close to structured (TAD) tissue, while at the same time achieving significant cost savings.

PrimeLineTEX is available with widths of 5.6 or 2.8 meters and produces high-quality tissue for towel and sanitary applications. The machine offers up to 25% fiber savings compared to dry crepe and