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Stora Enso postpones conversion of paper machine at its Langerbrugge paper mill

Stora Enso postpones conversion of paper machine at its Langerbrugge paper mill
Stora Enso Langerbrygge Mill.

Stora Enso has decided to postpone potential plans to convert a paper machine at its Langerbrugge paper mill in Belgium from the production of recycled newsprint to recycled containerboard.

Currently, the Langerbrugge mill has two machines: one produces recycled newsprint and the other produces recycled supercalendered magazine paper. The mill has the capacity to produce 540,000 tonnes per year of recycled paper.

“Our study on the opportunity to deliver more recycled packaging to the market proved positive. However, as the availability of recycled containerboard in Europe currently meets market needs, we decided to postpone the conversion decision, which will be taken in due time. While we remain agile and responsive to market trends, our dedication to our paper customers is unwavering. We are fully committed to continuing to provide the high-quality products and service excellence that our clients have come to expect from us for the foreseeable future, solidifying Langerbrugge’s legacy as a cornerstone of paper production,” Rebekka Thielemann, VP, Product and Sales Recycled Containerboard explained.

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