Palm Paper says PM 7 at King's Lynn newsprint plant expected to run at full capacity soon

30 Nov 2016 − 

Paper machine was restarted two weeks after fire

Palm Paper said that PM 7 at its newsprint plant in King's Lynn, UK, which was hit by a fire on 7 October, would be able to run at maximum capacity soon. The company explained that the PM was restarted successfully only two weeks after the incident, having 70% of its full capacity. Palm Paper said it would remove last bottlenecks by mid-December, which would secure full production at the same quality level than before the incident.

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