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Fibria kicks off production on new production line at Três Lagoas pulp mill

24 Aug 2017 − 

Fibria expands its annual pulp production capacity to 7.25 million of pulp.

Fibria Celulose has announced production start-up of its new pulp line at the Três Lagoas pulp mill in Brazil, on 23 August. The new production line, which is said to be the largest in the world, has an installed capacity of 1.95 million of bleached eucalyptus kraft (BEK) pulp and has boosted the production capacity at the Três Lagoas mill to 3.25 million t of pulp.

Following the start-up of the new production line Fibria Celulose's pulp capacity amounts to 7.25 million t. "With the start of the new mill, Fibria increases its leadership and structural competitiveness in the global hardwood pulp market," the company announced.

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