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Norampac invests $5.4M


November 4, 2003
By Pulp & Paper Canada

Norampac Inc. will invest $5.4 million buy and install a new wood-residue boiler in its cardboard mill in Cabano, Q…

Norampac Inc. will invest $5.4 million buy and install a new wood-residue boiler in its cardboard mill in Cabano, QC.
The new boiler will have the capacity to produce 100,000 pounds of steam per hour, drawing its energy from wood residues. This will reduce the current petroleum product consumption.
Start-up is planned for the fall of 2004.
The Cabano mill, built in 1974 and ISO 9001 certified, employs approximately 140 people and produces corrugating medium for the North American market.

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