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Klingele to halt production at its paper mill in Weener, Germany

Photo: The Klingele Group
Photo: The Klingele Group
Published by
Simon Matthis - 06 Feb 2019

The Klingele Group has announced a production break for its paper mill in Weener, Germany, from March 10th 2019. This is due to construction and repair measures at the site; in addition, the annual revision of the company’s own power plant in Weener will take place during the same period.

 

Parallel to this, the automatic roller conveyor system and the crane warehouse will be serviced, meaning that paper delivery is only possible to a very limited extent during this time. The paper machine should resume its operation during the course of calendar week 12 in 2019.

 

The company continues to invest in efficient and resource-saving production processes at the Weener site, as well as in a sustainable energy supply based on renewable sources. On this basis, Klingele supplies its global customers with high-quality and environmentally friendly corrugated base paper with optimum running properties and good printability that allows for effective further processing. The objective of the measures planned for the paper mill in March is to further optimise running speed and stability in the paper production, thereby further improving quality.

 

The Klingele Group is one of the leading independent manufacturers of corrugated base paper and corrugated board packaging. At its site in Weener, Klingele has specialised in the production of medium-weight corrugated base paper made of recycled paper with base weights of 120 to 180 g/m².

Source: Lesprom Network