Valmet to supply the world’s largest bleached chemical thermal refining mechanical pulp line to Sun Paper’s North Sea base in China

Valmet will supply the world’s largest bleached chemical thermal milling mechanical pulp (BCTMP) line to Guangxi Sun Paper’s new Beihai mill in China. The project is scheduled to start-up in the fourth quarter of 2021. The value of the order will not be disclosed.

Valmet’s upcoming delivery is part of Sun Paper’s new mill in the North Sea, which will eventually have a pulp and paper production capacity of 3.5 million tons per year.

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“We have been discussing the BCTMP technology with Valmet for many years and have conducted extensive research on the Valmet plant. The chosen solution met our needs well, especially in terms of energy savings, environmental impact, and operational capacity,” said Sun Paper’s Vice President.

This BCTMP order from Sun Paper is a major breakthrough in our collaboration, especially in terms of BCTMP technology. The latest technology we are providing will help our customers significantly reduce their operating costs,” said Sun Paper’s Vice President of Operations. This order further expands Valmet’s scope of delivery to Sun Paper’s mill in the North Sea,” said Valmet’s Regional President for China.

For information on Valmet deliveries.

Valmet’s delivery of the BCTMP line combined with the white cardboard line will result in an air-dried production capacity of 1,800 metric tons per day.

Valmet’s delivery included major equipment for the BCTMP line. the scope of EPS delivery included engineering, procurement, and site supervision. Training, field service, and corresponding spare parts are also part of the scope.

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ANDRITZ completed the world’s largest P-RC APMP production system at Bohui Paper in Jiangsu Province.

ANDRITZ’s P-RC APMP pulping system has received a final acceptance certificate from Jiangsu Bohui Paper Company, Yancheng, Dafeng, China.

With a total capacity of 2,250 tons per day, the system is the largest pulping system in the world.

Andritz installed the well-proven P-RCAPMP (Disc Refiner Chemical Pretreatment of Alkaline Hydrogen Peroxide Mechanical Pulp) technology to ensure the best pulp quality, lowest energy consumption, and highest availability. The system treats eucalyptus chips to produce white cardboard and consists of the world’s largest single P-RC APMP fiber line with a capacity of 1,500 TPD and a second wood pulp line with a capacity of 750 TPD.

The ANDRITZ mill features a state-of-the-art feed system, the centerpiece of the process, and the latest innovation in the High Consistency (HC) process. The new feed system combines the ANDRITZ concept of a Side Entry Plug Feeder (SEPF) and a fixed feeder (C-feeder) on both sides of the dual refiner. The “double SEPF” feed system ensures continuous feeding of the chips and good steam control, thanks to the precise and adjustable splitting of the incoming chips, so far achieved with only one HC refiner.

ANDRITZ also provides basic engineering, supervision of machine installation, training, commissioning, and start-up services. The latest ANDRITZ Metris IIoT technology features a connection to the ANDRITZ DCS system for the collection and analysis of statistical data.

As of September 1, the world’s largest shipping company will no longer accept waste paper destined for the mainland and Hong Kong!

It is understood that the requirement applies to all solid waste shipments, including scrap paper, scrap metal, scrap plastic, scrap textiles, and scrap chemicals.

Previously, Hapag-Lloyd issued an announcement informing customers that it will no longer accept shipments of solid waste, including iron scrap, to China on September 1, 2020 (the arrival date of the goods) and that it applies to all solid waste shipments, such as scrap paper, scrap plastic, scrap metal, and scrap chemicals. to comply with the new regulations.

China used to be one of the world’s major garbage importers. Due to worsening environmental pollution and other problems, the country has been cracking down on “foreign garbage imports” in recent years, but because of high profits, many companies still take the risk of importing foreign garbage from abroad for processing and production.

In order to curb this phenomenon, from 2021, China will ban all imports of solid waste, and the Ministry of Ecology and Environment will no longer accept and approve applications for solid waste imports.

This year, the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC) amended and passed the Solid Waste Pollution Prevention and Control of Environmental Pollution Law, which clarifies that importing solid waste into China or transferring hazardous waste through China will be punishable by a fine of not less than 500,000 yuan and not more than 5 million yuan. The Law on the Prevention and Control of Environmental Pollution from Solid Wastes will come into force on September 1, 2020.

The acquisition of Bohui Paper goes a step further and Jinguang Paper has filed for foreign investment security clearance

On July 21, Bohui Paper announced that it had received the “Letter of Notification of the Progress of the Tender Offer for Shandong Bohui Paper Co.

(hereinafter referred to as “Sinar Mas Group”), Sinar Mas Group received notice from the National Development and Reform Commission that Sinar Mas Group had submitted the foreign investment security review declaration materials in accordance with the requirements of the National Development and Reform Commission on July 20, 2020, and therefore could not yet announce the Offer Report.

On the evening of January 6, 2019, Bohui Paper announced that it had received a Letter of Intent on Equity Transfer signed on December 31, 2019, by Yang Yanliang, the de facto controller, and his spouse Li Xiurong, and Jin Guang Paper (China) Investment Company Limited (hereinafter referred to as “Jin Guang Paper”) to transfer 100% of the equity interest in Shandong Paper Industry Co.

In the announcement, it was mentioned that the transaction would be subject to two reviews, namely, an operator concentration review and a foreign investment security review. After passing the two reviews, both parties will be required by law to complete the delivery within five working days from the date of completion.

On June 29th of this year, Bohui Paper announced that the company received the “Decision on Not Prohibiting the Operator Concentration Antitrust Review” issued by the State Administration of Market Supervision (hereinafter referred to as the City Supervision Bureau) to Jinguang Paper. After review, the Municipal Regulatory Bureau decided not to prohibit the acquisition of Bohui Paper’s shares by Sinar Mas Group, which means that the first review has been successful. It means that the first review has been successfully passed.

According to Paper Industry Insider, the basis for the security review of foreign investment is the “Notice of the General Office of the State Council on the Establishment of a Security Review System for Foreign Investors Merging and Acquisition of Domestic Enterprises”.

The objects of foreign investment M&A subject to security review can be divided into two categories: first, domestic enterprises related to national defense and security, as long as foreign investors directly or indirectly acquire the assets or equity of such enterprises, that is, to trigger the security review requirements; second, non-national defense and security, but involving important agricultural products, energy and resources, infrastructure, transportation services, key technologies, major equipment and other industries related to national economic security. enterprises. In the case of the latter, a foreign investor is required to acquire effective control of the enterprises through an acquisition in order to trigger the security clearance requirement.

“We have been discussing the BCTMP technology with Valmet for many years and have conducted extensive research on the Valmet plant. The chosen solution met our needs well, especially in terms of energy savings, environmental impact, and operational capacity,” said Sun Paper’s Vice President.

This BCTMP order from Sun Paper is a major breakthrough in our collaboration, especially in terms of BCTMP technology. The latest technology we are providing will help our customers significantly reduce their operating costs,” said Sun Paper’s Vice President of Operations. This order further expands Valmet’s scope of delivery to Sun Paper’s mill in the North Sea,” said Valmet’s Regional President for China.

For information on Valmet deliveries.

Valmet’s delivery of the BCTMP line combined with the white cardboard line will result in an air-dried production capacity of 1,800 metric tons per day.

Valmet’s delivery included major equipment for the BCTMP line. the scope of EPS delivery included engineering, procurement, and site supervision. Training, field service, and corresponding spare parts are also part of the scope.

ANDRITZ completed the world’s largest P-RC APMP production system at Bohui Paper in Jiangsu Province.

ANDRITZ’s P-RC APMP pulping system has received a final acceptance certificate from Jiangsu Bohui Paper Company, Yancheng, Dafeng, China.

With a total capacity of 2,250 tons per day, the system is the largest pulping system in the world.

Andritz installed the well-proven P-RCAPMP (Disc Refiner Chemical Pretreatment of Alkaline Hydrogen Peroxide Mechanical Pulp) technology to ensure the best pulp quality, lowest energy consumption, and highest availability. The system treats eucalyptus chips to produce white cardboard and consists of the world’s largest single P-RC APMP fiber line with a capacity of 1,500 TPD and a second wood pulp line with a capacity of 750 TPD.

The ANDRITZ mill features a state-of-the-art feed system, the centerpiece of the process, and the latest innovation in the High Consistency (HC) process. The new feed system combines the ANDRITZ concept of a Side Entry Plug Feeder (SEPF) and a fixed feeder (C-feeder) on both sides of the dual refiner. The “double SEPF” feed system ensures continuous feeding of the chips and good steam control, thanks to the precise and adjustable splitting of the incoming chips, so far achieved with only one HC refiner.

ANDRITZ also provides basic engineering, supervision of machine installation, training, commissioning, and start-up services. The latest ANDRITZ Metris IIoT technology features a connection to the ANDRITZ DCS system for the collection and analysis of statistical data.

As of September 1, the world’s largest shipping company will no longer accept waste paper destined for the mainland and Hong Kong!

It is understood that the requirement applies to all solid waste shipments, including scrap paper, scrap metal, scrap plastic, scrap textiles, and scrap chemicals.

Previously, Hapag-Lloyd issued an announcement informing customers that it will no longer accept shipments of solid waste, including iron scrap, to China on September 1, 2020 (the arrival date of the goods) and that it applies to all solid waste shipments, such as scrap paper, scrap plastic, scrap metal, and scrap chemicals. to comply with the new regulations.

China used to be one of the world’s major garbage importers. Due to worsening environmental pollution and other problems, the country has been cracking down on “foreign garbage imports” in recent years, but because of high profits, many companies still take the risk of importing foreign garbage from abroad for processing and production.

In order to curb this phenomenon, from 2021, China will ban all imports of solid waste, and the Ministry of Ecology and Environment will no longer accept and approve applications for solid waste imports.

This year, the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC) amended and passed the Solid Waste Pollution Prevention and Control of Environmental Pollution Law, which clarifies that importing solid waste into China or transferring hazardous waste through China will be punishable by a fine of not less than 500,000 yuan and not more than 5 million yuan. The Law on the Prevention and Control of Environmental Pollution from Solid Wastes will come into force on September 1, 2020.

The acquisition of Bohui Paper goes a step further and Jinguang Paper has filed for foreign investment security clearance

On July 21, Bohui Paper announced that it had received the “Letter of Notification of the Progress of the Tender Offer for Shandong Bohui Paper Co.

(hereinafter referred to as “Sinar Mas Group”), Sinar Mas Group received notice from the National Development and Reform Commission that Sinar Mas Group had submitted the foreign investment security review declaration materials in accordance with the requirements of the National Development and Reform Commission on July 20, 2020, and therefore could not yet announce the Offer Report.

On the evening of January 6, 2019, Bohui Paper announced that it had received a Letter of Intent on Equity Transfer signed on December 31, 2019, by Yang Yanliang, the de facto controller, and his spouse Li Xiurong, and Jin Guang Paper (China) Investment Company Limited (hereinafter referred to as “Jin Guang Paper”) to transfer 100% of the equity interest in Shandong Paper Industry Co.

In the announcement, it was mentioned that the transaction would be subject to two reviews, namely, an operator concentration review and a foreign investment security review. After passing the two reviews, both parties will be required by law to complete the delivery within five working days from the date of completion.

On June 29th of this year, Bohui Paper announced that the company received the “Decision on Not Prohibiting the Operator Concentration Antitrust Review” issued by the State Administration of Market Supervision (hereinafter referred to as the City Supervision Bureau) to Jinguang Paper. After review, the Municipal Regulatory Bureau decided not to prohibit the acquisition of Bohui Paper’s shares by Sinar Mas Group, which means that the first review has been successful. It means that the first review has been successfully passed.

According to Paper Industry Insider, the basis for the security review of foreign investment is the “Notice of the General Office of the State Council on the Establishment of a Security Review System for Foreign Investors Merging and Acquisition of Domestic Enterprises”.

The objects of foreign investment M&A subject to security review can be divided into two categories: first, domestic enterprises related to national defense and security, as long as foreign investors directly or indirectly acquire the assets or equity of such enterprises, that is, to trigger the security review requirements; second, non-national defense and security, but involving important agricultural products, energy and resources, infrastructure, transportation services, key technologies, major equipment and other industries related to national economic security. enterprises. In the case of the latter, a foreign investor is required to acquire effective control of the enterprises through an acquisition in order to trigger the security clearance requirement.

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