Valmet’s delivery includes cooking and fiberline, a recovery boiler, a lime kiln and the lime mud filter. The new pulp mill will produce 700,000 tonnes per year and is scheduled to start up at the end of 2024.
“Technology brings industrial revolution, and low carbon creates green benefits,” said Changgeng Sun, Vice General Manager, Shandong Huatai Paper. “Shandong Province has put forward very high requirements in terms of emission standards. Valmet is one of the few suppliers that can offer equipment that emits below stringent standards. Based on the long-term and mutually beneficial cooperation with Valmet, we firmly believe that Valmet's technology and services can bring our benefits to a higher level,”
“This delivery proves our technology leadership and how we can tailor the best solutions for our customers, combining our process technology, automation and industrial internet offering,” says Sami Riekkola, Business Line President, Pulp and Energy, Valmet. “The mill is scheduled to start in less than two years. By combining our strong local presence in China with excellent global engineering and technology teams, we are able to deliver this project successfully even with the tight project schedule.”
“We are very happy to continue our excellent cooperation with Huatai Group in this strategic investment. In addition to previous pulp, paper, and automation technology deliveries, we also have extensive services cooperation with the customer. In this project, our Chinese teams will play a key role in engineering, procurement, project management and offering site services to the customer,” says Xiangdong Zhu, Area President, China, Valmet.
Valmet’s cooking and fiberline delivery includes continuous cooking technology for hard wood and core technology for washing and bleaching. The delivery for the recovery island includes a high-power recovery boiler, a lime kiln and lime mud handling. The recovery boiler delivery also includes a training simulator. All the processes will include connectivity to enable Valmet Industrial Internet services.