Swedish Exergy AB, Gothenburg, and BillerudKorsnäs Rockhammar AB have signed a contract for delivery and installation of a paper pulp dryer.
The dryer will have an annual capacity corresponding to 150 000 ton dried pulp. The project will run over one and a half year with delivery and installation during spring and summer of 2016. Start-up is planned for September 2016.
The project is a part of an ongoing increase in production capacity at Rockhammar pulp mill. The existing dryer was installed in 1979 and was the first installation using Swedish Exergy steam drying technology.
Swedish Exergy has extensive experience of delivery and installation of drying plants in Sweden and internationally and we are looking forward to delivering a modern drying plant.
The new site has a modern and professional look, it is easy to use and allows clients to read all the information about our drying technologies and applications. In addition, clients can contact professional experts from Exergy team.
Site development, both in English and in Spanish, was carried out thanks to the feedback from our clients and suppliers. We have added a very helpfull search functionality through which our clients can search within the site by keywords, for faster and better results.
One more time we will showcase our products and services at one of the major Bioenergy events in Scandinavia. We welcome all our clients, colleagues and friends to visit our booth in hall A07:43, at World Bioenergy 2014.
Swedish Exergy AB has achieved a major milestone by obtaining the ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certifications, provided by the auditing company Swedac Ackreditering. These certifications are the world´s most recognized Quality and Environmental management standards and we are proud to announce that our company is now in full compliance.
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