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Top experts at the world’s leading tissue machinery suppliers detail their assessments of state-of-the-art systems… and explain how they see advances yet to come. A TWM report. TWM/1: What were your key technical developments during 2017? Daniele Checcacci, A.Celli Paper, sales manager, EMEA: “The revolution is represented by Industry 4.0, the...

Energy efficiencies, new technology start-ups, emerging market potential, product innovation, softness and strength, customer service …

TWM interviews the world’s leading tissue machinery suppliers to bring you the latest knowledge in our ‘Technical Theme: Paper Machine’. TWM/1 What have been the most important technical developments made at your company during 2015 and what can we expect in 2016?   William Rodrigues dos Santos, general manager, Hergen: “This year was quite...

Paper machine technical theme

New technology start-ups, Chinese overcapacity, softness and bulk innovations … TWM interviews the world’s leading tissue machinery manufacturers to bring you the latest knowledge TW/1 How are the start-ups of new technologies such as NTT and ATMOS changing the marketplace?   Günter Offenbacher, Andritz Pulp Drying & Paper’s director of sales...

Cutting energy costs and improving product quality vital priorities

Tissue World interviews the world’s main tissue machinery manufacturers to get the latest on their technical and commercial know-how TW/1: WHAT HAVE BEEN THE MOST IMPORTANT TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENTS AT YOUR COMPANY DURING 2013 AND WHAT CAN WE EXPECT IN 2014? Rogério Berardi, global vice president for tissue machines, Voith Paper: “We have been working on a...

Holding the upper belt

Fis Impianti managing director Fabio Malnati talks to TW about the critical importance of good plastic film protection on jumbo rolls Today, issues such as CRM responses, efficiency of choices and higher production flows mean that papermakers need to take two further steps: increase paper roll diameters to 3,000mm or higher as well as increase the softness...

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