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SCA, Sweden, and Fotografiska (The Swedish Museum of Photography) in Stockholm have signed a partnership agreement aimed at highlighting how hygiene and health affect people’s well-being. The collaboration is aligned with SCA’s focus on hygiene, health, well-being and its commitment to sustainability, as well as with Fotografiska’s “Fotografiska for Life” platform – photo exhibitions and dialogs that highlight challenges for society and people around the world.
Cascades Inc., Kingsey Falls, Que., Canada, today (June 16, 2016) announced that it will build a new tissue converting plant in Scappoose, Ore., USA.
Vinda, China, has signed an agreement with Futura, Lucca, Italy, for the supply of multiple high-performance converting lines for tissue roll products.
Smithers Pira, U.K., has published a new report providing in-depth, long-term assessments of the rapidly evolving tissue manufacturing processes.
A.Celli, Lucca, Italy, reports that it has transferred its A.Celli International facilities in the U.S. from Florida to North Carolina.
A.Celli Paper, Italy, has recently concluded an important agreement with the Chinese group Lee & Man Paper Manufacturing Ltd.
Celupaper S.A., , has started up its new PM 3, the first of the two tissue machine that the South American producer has commissioned toToscotec (Italy) in the past two years. This startup follows the rebuilding of PM 2 that Toscotec also carried out in February 2015.
Velvet Care, Poland, is investing PLN 160 million (EUR 37 million) to build new production capacity at its tissue mill in Klucze, Poland. The company reportedly will purchase a new tissue machine that will raise its output capacity by about 70,000 metric tpy.year.
The family-owned company Gomà-Camps, Spain, has ordered a new Voith, Germany, production line for its Ejea de los Caballeros mill in Spain. The production line is designed to sustainably produce high-quality tissue paper. Gomà-Camps is thus continuing its strategy as a service-oriented provider of high-quality tissue in the southwestern Europe markets.
First Quality Tissue, Great Neck, N.Y., USA, a manufacturer of ultra-premium towel and tissue products and part of the First Quality family of companies, this week announced a series of expansion initiatives for its manufacturing and distribution capabilities, as part of its long-term growth plan.
Little Rapids Corp., Green Bay, Wis., USA, this week announced that it will invest $40 million to install state-of-the-art tissue making technology at its Shawano Paper Mill in Shawano, Wis.
SCA, Sweden, will close its tissue production plant in Sant Joan de Mediona, Spain.
Toscotec, Italy, will supply a new MODULO-PLUS tissue line to Celupaper S.A., part of Grupo Vual, a South American regional player for the production of high quality tissue products.
Smithers Pira (U.K.) announced earlier this week the company has published a new report, The Future of Tissue Manufacturing to 2021, providing in-depth, long-term assessments of the rapidly evolving tissue manufacturing processes.
The Chinese company, Guizhou Chitianhua Paper Ind., part of the Taison Group since the beginning of 2016, has chosen A.Celli Paper, Italy, to supply three tissue rewinders and has signed an additional agreement with A.Celli for nine more rewinders.
VASTLY, by Tranlin Inc., Richmond, Va., USA, an eco-friendly paper and fertilizer manufacturer, this week announced the launch of its unique line of plant-derived fulvic and humic acid fertilizer products.
Vinda Paper (China) Co., at its Sanjiang mill, Jiangmen, has started up two new Toscotec (Lucca, Italy) machines, TM 9 and TM 10. Both machines are AHEAD-2.0M, with a design speed of 1,800 m/min. TM 10 is the 21st machine supplied by Toscotec to Vinda.
To further improve efficiency and strengthen the competitiveness of its tissue operations, SCA (Stockholm, Sweden) has decided to implement restructuring measures at its production plants in Hondouville and Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, France, the company announced.
Metsä Tissue, Finland, has selected Valmet (Finland) as supplier for the upgrades of tissue machine TM 3 at its Raubach, Germany, mill, and the tissue machine at its Pauliström, Sweden, mill. The value of the orders was not disclosed.
Tranlin Inc. has changed its name to Vastly, according to a report by the Chesterfield Business News, Chesterfield County, Va., USA. As reported a year ago (2015), the company is investing $2 billion to construct an advanced manufacturing facility in Chesterfield County that will create 2,000 jobs in the region by 2020.