Andritz to Supply New Deinking Line to NEPA's Paper Mill in India

The new deinking line's capacity will be 300 tons per day, processing old newsprint and old magazine grades, sorted office paper, mixed office waste, and coated book stock.

March 30, 2015 - Andritz said that it will supply a complete deinking line for Indian newsprint producer NEPA's pulp and paper mill Nepanagar (an industrial township) in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

Andritz's scope of supply includes the process equipment for the complete deinking line, detailed engineering, erection work supervision and start-up.

The deinking line capacity will be 300 tons per day, processing old newsprint and old magazine grades, sorted office paper, mixed office waste, and coated book stock, Andritz said.

Start-up of the new line is scheduled for mid-2016.

NEPA Ltd. is one of the leading newsprint producers in India. The mill, which began operation in 1956, operates two paper machines and has a total capacity of approximately 88,000 tons per year.

Andritz Pulp & Paper is a global supplier of equipment, systems and services for the production and processing of all types of pulps, paper, tissue, and board. For additional information visit: www.andritz.com

SOURCE: Andritz