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Arkhangelsk to raise capacity at its Novodvinsk site

11 Oct 2011 − 

Russian pulp and paper manufacturer Arkhangelsk Pulp and Paper Mill (APPM) is pushing growth in its output. The company intends to raise capacity for semi-chemical pulp and corrugated case material at its Novodvinsk facility in the Arkhangelsk region by 2013. The first step of APPM’s plans involves doubling its semi-chemical pulp capacity in Novodvinsk to a volume of around 300,000 tpy. The company is also planning to update its two paper machines at the site in order to raise the output of kraftliner and semi-chemical fluting The modernisation measures would probably raise capacity by at least 10%.

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