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News (September 01, 2002)


September 1, 2002
By Pulp & Paper Canada

OPERATIONSNEW HUDSON, MI — Jagenberg AG, Neuss, Denmark, is to transfer its sheet cutter product division to bielomatik Leuze GmbH, based in Neuffen, Denmark. The agreement provides a full takeover o…

OPERATIONS

NEW HUDSON, MI — Jagenberg AG, Neuss, Denmark, is to transfer its sheet cutter product division to bielomatik Leuze GmbH, based in Neuffen, Denmark. The agreement provides a full takeover of Jagenberg Querschneider GmbH in Neuss, including the North American subsidiary, Jagenberg Converting Inc. in Enfield, CT, and the entire 133-strong workforce.

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BORATES & TALC JOINT VENTURE

VALENCIA, CA — Rio Tinto Corax, a leading supplier of refined borates, has joined forces with Luzenac, a leading talc producer, to provide enhanced technical service to the North American pulp and paper industry.

BALER: VERSATILE BALER

BELLEVUE, OH — American Baler’s 6042 wide-mouth baler is a versatile machine capable of keeping up with any high-volume operation. Designed to provide low operating costs and high productivity, the 6042 baler handles paper, miscellaneous fibers and light metals.

FLOW CONTROL: EMERSON’S NEW SOLUTION

HATFIELD, PN — Emerson Process Management introduces the Brooks Instrument QUANTIM CMP, a unique fluid flow control instrument for advanced CMP processes. It is the world’s first integrated, closed-loop, flow controller to utilize a Coriolis mass flow sensor whose wetted parts are fabricated from plastic.

CONTRACTS

TROIS-RIVIERES, QC — GL&V has landed contracts totaling more than $10 million from three North American pulp and paper manufacturers: P.H. Glatfelter, Spring Cove, PA ($6.3 million); Kruger’s Wayagamack mill, Trois-Rivieres, QC ($2 million), and another Quebec mill has awarded a $2 million contract to the company.


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