Kruger invests $1.9M
December 6, 2005 By Pulp & Paper Canada
Kruger is investing $1.9 million to modernize the corrugator at its Lasalle, QC plant. The upgrade will involve the…
Kruger is investing $1.9 million to modernize the corrugator at its Lasalle, QC plant. The upgrade will involve the replacing of a single facer and installing a new quality control system on the corrugator. The company is expecting that efficiency, product quality, uniformity and capacity of the corrugator and of the downstream converting equipment will all be improved.
The expenditure is part of a five-year investment program. To date, the company has doled out $15 million in upgrades at its packaging plants in Ontario and Quebec.
The Lasalle, QC facility, which produces 1.2 billion square feet of corrugated containers per year, is part of the company’s containerboard division.
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