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Brigl & Bergmeister invests in new film press for PM5 at Papirnica Vevce speciality paper mill in Ljubljana, Slovenia
NIKLASDORF, Austria, Oct. 17, 2012 (Press Release) - Brigl & Bergmeister is investing in a new Andritz film press for its site in Veve, Slovenia.
On 11 October 2012 Brigl & Bergmeister commissioned Austrian company Andritz to build a film press for the PM5 at Papirnica Vevce (near Ljubljana).
Brigl & Bergmeister - oneof the world's leading producers of special papers for labels and flexible packaging - will thus increase annual capacity at the Veve site by 20,000 tonnes, to 110,000 tonnes p.a. Moreover, by increasing and improving the initial coat in the paper machine, it will be possible to enhance product quality even further and offer new, innovative solutions for the packaging industry.
This is Brigl & Bergmeister's second major investment since it was acquired by paper trading group Roxcel last year. The first major investment was its acquisition of the ENAGES thermal energy recovery plant, which supplies power to Brigl&Bergmeister's site in Niklasdorf, Austria.
Uncoated offset paper from Oria available in double quick time
When other offset mills have been quoting extended lead times our mill Oria in San Sebastian, Spain continue to turn orders round for us in a matter of days. They stand on their heads for our export orders to ensure we keep our special service going.
If you want some uncoated offset quickly then let us try Oria for you.
B&B buys on-site thermal energy recovery plant to become one of the greenest & most self-sufficient papermills in Europe
Brigl & Bergmeister has strengthened its speciality paper site in Niklasdorf, Austria, by acquiring a thermal energy recovery plant on March 23. The purchase price was not revealed and the deal is subject to approval from the relevant competition authorities.
The thermal energy recovery plant was built on Brigl & Bergmeister's site in 2002 and has supplied the paper mill since 2004. It belonged to the energy and waste management firm Energie- und Abfallverwertungs Gesellschaft (ENAGES), a member of the Energie Steiermark group, and can provide up to 200,000 tonnes/yr of steam and 25 GWh/yr of electricity.
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DaniMer Scientific to Exhibit at PLAST 2012, Milan : 8th to 12th May
DaniMer Scientific are using the opportunity of their stand at PLAST 2012 to introduce their range of renewable Bio-based resins to the European flexible films market. Of particular interest will be DaniMer’s 12291 resin which has recently added OWS - OK Compost Home accreditation to its growing list of environmental certifications.
The 12291 resin is now certified for Anaerobic Digestion, Fresh Water (SSCCP cert.); Marine degradation; alongside this recent OK Home Compost certificate (OWS).
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John Bray joins Papico
After the announcement from Robert Horne at the end of 2011 that it was closing its regional sales offices, Papico saw an opportunity to employ someone with a good knowledge of the paper industry from the side of the merchant.
Director, David Bramhill, said it makes sense to take on such a well known, well liked and experienced inside salesman.
John joined Papico at the beginning of March and is already making his mark and has quickly become a well integrated member of the team.
John is already extending the business which Papico supply to UK customers from Lenzing (recycled offset and copier), Goricane (Woodfree coated), Oria (Woodfree Offset) and Clariana (Tints).
John can be contacted on the Papico office number +44 (0) 1977 605 360 or by email email@example.com
Lenzing awarded WWF environmental honours & growing sales of Recycled Copier
Lenzing are increasing production of recycled A4 and A3 copier paper, across a range of specifications, including offering different whiteness values, varying levels of recycled content and diverse sources of recycled material. This is targeted in particular at deliveries to the UK as this represents the majority of the usage of recycled copy paper in the EU.
This follows Lenzing’s success in being recognised as the papermill with the most positive environmental impact one of only a handful of paper mills to be given the highest honours in the WWF Check Your Paper (CYP) rating scheme. The database is open and transparent to the public and can be accessed at http://checkyourpaper.panda.org/.
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Lenzing begins C4G scheme to recycle siliconised self-adhesive liner material
LENZING PAPIER GmbH in Austria invests in recycling capacity of release liner waste.
Investment at Lenzing Papier improves process capabilities and allows use of larger volumes of silicone coated waste papers in production of recycled speciality papers.
This material has traditionally been difficult to remove in an ethical way as it was only generally useful for thermal recyling (burning) or sending to landfill.
This system allows Lenzing to collect used liner material from self-adhesive processing companies and to recycle it into very high quality paper for graphical and siliconising applications.
The 9th International Label Conference was held this month in Austria
B&B recently held their regular Label Conference in Bad Hofgastein, Austria.
This was attended by over 200 delegates from around the world. Speakers came from a variety of backgrounds from the bottling and canning industries, as well as from sales/marketing and finance.
The B&B label conference is held every 2 years and this year the theme was Ecology, Economy and Trends in Labelling.
Papico appointed UK agent of leading U.S. bio plastic company
Yorkshire-based paper agency Papico has been appointed UK agent to a leading U.S bio plastic technology company Danimer to help it to market its revolutionary plant-based renewable hot melt adhesive to the UK carton industry.
The Georgia-based company also develops bio-degradable plastics and extrusion coatings in addition to hot melt adhesives – all which are aimed at reducing the dependence on petroleum.