At almost 240 million Euro, this is the mill’s largest investment ever
At eight a.m. on Tuesday 12 June, Iggesund Paperboard’s new recovery boiler and turbine came on line at Iggesund Mill. At almost 240 million Euro, this is the mill’s largest investment ever. The start-up also meant that the project team, including almost a thousand contractors, reached the finish line exactly on schedule.
“It feels terrific that the project has come to a successful conclusion, and that we’ve done so both within the projected time frame and without any significant mishaps or accidents,” comments Lennart Wanberg, Iggesund’s manager of the project. “We’ve focused very strongly on safety, not least because people have been working up to sixty metres above the ground.”
“Invercote is far from being the cheapest option if you only look at the price per kilo but its properties enabled us to save £14,000 by not having to laminate,” says Gary Peeling, CEO of Precision Printing, which digitally printed 280,000 copies of a mailing for an American Express campaign. Photo: Iggesund