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Pöyry Gains Engineering Contract for Board Machine in Australia

Sept. 8, 2008 - Pöyry said that it has been selected as the main engineering consultant for Amcor's new B9 linerboard machine project at their existing Botany Mill in Sydney, Australia.

The value of the contract was not disclosed.

According to Pöyry, the new board paper machine has a design capacity of 345, 000 tons per year of linerboard and testliner produced from 100 percent recycled fiber.

Production is scheduled to start in the second half of 2010.

The new project includes a new stock preparation plant. Raw material will be 100 percent mixed waste paper and Australian OCC.

The new paper machine will replace the two older existing paper machines at the Botany Mill, Pöyry said.

SOURCE: Pöyry




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