Stora Enso invests Euro 28 million in Heinola fluting mill
(Helsinki, Finland, Feb. 06, 2017) Stora Enso is investing Euro 28 million at its Heinola fluting mill in Finland. The investment improves quality as well as increases production capacity of its AvantFlute SC product portfolio. Implementation of the investment is scheduled to start immediately with completion in the 2Q 2018.
AvantFlute SC is semi-chemical fluting made from virgin fibre and is developed especially to endure demanding conditions. The production capacity of AvantFlute SC will increase by 15,000 tonnes once the investment is completed and fully implemented. The current annual production capacity at Heinola Fluting Mill is 300,000 tonnes of fluting.
“The timing of this investment is ideal as we expect an increased demand for high quality fluting products used for food, fruit and vegetable packaging. In addition to facilitating a more competitive offer to the market, this investment also enables a lower carbon footprint at our Heinola Fluting Mill,” says Gilles van Nieuwenhuyzen, EVP and head of Division Packaging Solutions.
Stora Enso is a leading provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wooden constructions and paper on global markets. (Source: Stora Enso)
Cover Image: Stora Enso Heinola fluting mill (courtesy Stora Enso)