TreeToTextile, owned by H&M Group, Inter IKEA Group, Stora Enso, and LSCS Invest, invested €35 million in constructing a textile fiber process technology demonstration plant in Sweden. AFRY supported TreeToTextile throughout the project in the development and implementation phases from 2016-2022. The demonstration plant is now in the start-up phase. TreeToTextile is offering a new […]
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New study shows paper industry could increase on-site renewable electricity and heat generation
A new study commissioned by Cepi to AFRY, a Scandinavian firm supplying engineering and advisory services, shows the untapped further potential for paper mills to function as renewable energy hubs. The pulp and paper industry could increase its on-site renewable electricity and heat production and, through a ‘swing capacity effect’, sell any excess energy production […]
About 250 exhibitors will participate in the leading international event for the forest industry, PulPaper 2022. The program consists of the PulPaper Conference, the new Green Economy Business Summit, and a wide range of presentations at the Future Square Stage. The startup competition presents the most interesting innovations during the event. The three-day PulPaper will be […]
The demand for green paper technologies is steadily growing in China, which leads to the massive purchases of modern machinery and equipment for the needs of local pulp and paper mills, according to recent statements, made by some leading Chinese state officials and local media reports. So far, a number of global equipment producers […]
Metsä Fibre, part of Metsä Group, and ERCO Worldwide have signed a preliminary agreement on the delivery of process technology and main equipment for the chlorine dioxide plant of the Kemi bioproduct mill. The process technology will be based on ERCO’s latest R8/R10 technology, which is in use, for example, at the chlorine dioxide plant […]