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ANDRITZ to supply woodyard tech for Chinese pulp mill

ANDRITZ to supply woodyard tech for Chinese pulp mill
ANDRITZ’s scope of supply to Liansheng’s Zhangzhou pulp mill includes two debarking lines with rubber tyre supported debarking drums (photo courtesy Andritz).

Austria-headed international technology major Andritz AG (ANDRITZ) has announced that it has received an order from Liansheng Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd to supply two debarking and chipping lines for the new pulp mill being built in Zhangzhou, Fujian Province, China.

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Founded in April 2020, Liansheng Pulp and Paper (Zhangzhou) Co., Ltd is a new forest, pulp, and paper integrated production base being built by Liansheng Paper, which is the largest packaging board producer in Fujian Province, China.

The company had already entrusted ANDRITZ with major supplies for the new Zhangzhou pulp mill last year including state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly technologies for all main process islands in the fiber production plant and the chemical recovery plant.

This new order, the value of which has not been disclosed, is for the supply of two debarking and chipping lines for the new pulp mill.

The scope of supply for the woodyard includes two debarking lines with rubber tyre supported debarking drums for excellent debarking results with very low wood losses as well as horizontally fed HHQ-Chippers ensuring high capacity without compromising on chip quality.

The line has a capacity of 300 m3 hardwood solid-over-bark per hour. The scope also includes a bark handling system with three BioCrusher BSX machines and bark storage with two ParaScrew traveling screw reclaimers.

The order will be completed on an Engineering, Procurement, Supervision (EPS) basis with start-up scheduled for the third quarter of 2024.

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