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Sandvik Process Systems Changes Name to IPCO

IPCO steel belt production IPCO's advanced processes and extensive manufacturing experience enable the production of the ultra-wide steel belts for the pulp and paper industry.

May 17, 2018 - Sandvik Process Systems, a leading supplier of steel belts to the pulp and paper industry, recently changed its name to IPCO. The company is now an independent company within the Wallenberg group and has 600 employees, more than 35 sales and service offices and annual sales in excess of EUR 200 million.

“We are the world's largest — and oldest — manufacturer of solid steel belts,” said Krister Lundgren, Global Product Manager for the Pulp and Paper industry. “Our position of independence, within a group that has a 160 year history of supporting enterprise and research, strengthens our ability to meet the future needs of our pulp and paper customers.”

IPCO's advanced processes and extensive manufacturing experience enable the production of the ultra-wide steel belts for paper drying machines, presses and machines for wash cleaning of paper pulp. The company is able to deliver steel belts up to 10.0 m wide and 18.0 m long, endless welded.

IPCO provides advanced process solutions that require a deep knowledge of customer production processes across a wide range of industries and geographies. To learn more, please visit: ipco.com.

SOURCE: IPCO