Émin Leydier's machine in Nogent-sur-Seine is running normally again. The recent production disruptions have deprived the market of 5,000 t of containerboard.
Émin Leydier has resumed containerboard production at its French Nogent-sur-Seine mill after recent disruptions. The company had halted the mill's machine on the first two weekends of January due to technical problems at its winder. A company spokesman told EUWID that the problems had now been resolved and the machine was running normally again.
The spokesman said that production loss due to the standstill amounted to 5,000 t. The Nogent-sur-Seine mill produces recycled corrugated case material on one machine with an annual capacity of 270,000 t. Émin Leydier runs another paper mill in Champblain-Laveyron with two containerboard machines. The company's total recycled containerboard production capacity amounts to 750,000 tpy.
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