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Heidenheim, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, 2009/07/15 - Voith Paper - Metsä Tissue has awarded Voith Paper to deliver their Yankee head insulations to various companies' locations. FSE: VO2A
The contract comprises the delivery, installation and commissioning of Yankee head insulations at the Kreuzau mill and at the Raubach mill in 2009. Furthermore there is an option for additional head insulations in 2010.
Metsä Tissue is actively working to mitigate climate change, primarily through the development of its own operations. Examples of Metsä Tissue's ways to curb climate change are the continuous improvement of energy efficiency and utilisation of solutions that mean lower emissions and more effective use of resources in its operations.
Voith Paper looks back on more than 30 years of experience in this area. The customer value of these very reliable Yankee head insulations is based in significant energy conservation. By that Voith Paper again highlights its technology leadership by supplying products which reduce the energy consumption in the tissue production process.
Metsä Tissue, part of the Metsäliitto Group, is one of the leading tissue paper suppliers to households and large-scale consumers in Europe and the world's leading supplier of baking and cooking paper products. The main brands are Lambi, Serla, Mola, Tento, Katrin and Fasana. With production sites in Finland, Germany, Poland, Russia, Slovakia and Sweden and some 3,200 people Metsä Tissue's turnover lastly reached EUR 930 million.
Voith Paper (voithpaper.com) is a Division of the Voith Group (voith.com) and the leading partner to and a pioneer in the paper industry. Thanks to continuous innovation, Voith Paper optimizes the paper production process, focusing on the development of resource-saving products to reduce the consumption of energy, water and fibers.
More than one third of the world's paper production is manufactured on Voith Paper machines. Voith sets standards in the paper, energy, mobility and service markets. Formed on January 1, 1867, it has a current workforce of 43,000, sales of EUR 4.9 billion and over 270 locations worldwide, and is one of the largest family-owned enterprises in Europe.
Voith is the official partner to the initiative "Germany - The Land of Ideas".