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Ruukki to invest in the automation at the Alajärvi panel plant and reduce its environmental impact

Ruukki

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<p><strong>Ruukki to invest in the automation at the Alajärvi panel plant</strong></p>

Ruukki Construction is to invest in an automatic sandwich panel packaging line s at the Alajärvi plant. The new line will reduce the usage of plastic packaging material and also other waste generated on the line. The new packaging line will come on stream in March 2022.

Veidekke ASA: To build another stage of the Norrbotniabanan railway

VEIDEKKE ASA

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<p><strong> To build another stage of the Norrbotniabanan railway</strong></p>

Veidekke has been commissioned by the Swedish Transport Administration to build the Umeå–Dåva section of the Norrbotniabanan railway. The assignment is an execution contract with a contract sum of SEK 449.5 million. The project will start in 2021 and is scheduled for completion in autumn 2023.

MACGREGOR SECURES ORDER FROM RAUMA MARINE CONSTRUCTIONS FOR TWO ROPAX VESSELS

CARGOTEC CORPORATION HEAD OFFICE

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<p>Spirit of Tasmania</p>

CARGOTEC CORPORATION, TRADE PRESS RELEASE, 29 OCT AT 10 AM EET MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has secured a new cargo access equipment order for two RoPax vessels to be built by Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) for Spirit of Tasmania (TT-Line Company Pty Ltd). 

ANDRITZ successfully starts up a new HERB recovery boiler at Naini Papers Limited, India

ANDRITZ

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<p>View of the new ANDRITZ HERB recovery boiler at Naini mill</p>
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International technology group ANDRITZ has successfully started up a new 550 t/d HERB chemical recovery boiler (upgradable to 700 t/d) at Naini Papers Limited in Kashipur, state of Uttarakhand, India.

Ørsted becomes the first energy company in the world with long-term science-based net-zero target

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<p><strong>Ørsted becomes the first energy company in the world with long-term science-based net-zero target</strong></p>

The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has launched the Net-Zero Standard as the world’s only framework and leading standard for aligning corporate net-zero targets with climate science. As part of the launch, Ørsted’s 2040 net-zero full value chain decarbonisation target has now been validated as science-based.

SOLAR FOODS TAKES CONCRETE STEPS TO ENTER THE MARKET: CONSTRUCTION OF FACTORY 01 BEGINS, SET TO PRODUCE THE WORLD’S MOST SUSTAINABLE PROTEIN

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<p><strong>SOLAR FOODS TAKES CONCRETE STEPS TO ENTER THE MARKET: CONSTRUCTION OF FACTORY 01 BEGINS, SET TO PRODUCE THE WORLD’S MOST SUSTAINABLE PROTEIN IN 2023</strong></p>

Factory 01 will grow protein out of microbes cultured with electricity and air. CEO Pasi Vainikka likens the new wave of foodtech becoming commercial to the onset of the digital revolution.

Metso Outotec expands Lokotrack mobile series for aggregates

Metso Outotec Corporation

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<p><strong>Metso Outotec expands Lokotrack mobile series for aggregates</strong></p>

Metso Outotec Corporation’s press release on October 25, 2021, at 09:00 a.m. EEST Metso Outotec is launching two new models to the Lokotrack® mobile crushing and screening series. The new Lokotrack LT200HPX and Lokotrack LT220GP mobile cone crushers are compact but efficient units ideal for aggregate contractor customers, bringing up to 30% more capacity and added flexibility compared to earlier models. The new models will be premiered during Metso Outotec’s virtual studio events on 27th October, and in the new Lokotrack Liveroom 360 online experience together with services and parts offerings for Lokotrack. The new Lokotrack models are available globally as of 27th October.

Infinited Fiber Company and Suominen develop nonwoven sheet made from 100% textile waste

Infinited Fiber Company

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<p><em>Nonwoven sheet made with 100% Infinna. </em><em>Photo: Fanny Haga</em></p> (photo: Fanny Haga TBWA)

INDEX™20, Geneva A shared commitment to bringing circular materials and sustainable practices to the nonwovens industry, and a desire to differentiate positively in the single-use items market, brought together the innovative textile technology group Infinited Fiber Company and  Suominen , the global market leader in nonwovens for wipes, to create a nonwoven sheet made 100% from regenerated textile waste. 

A new platform to access a real-time view of your product flows at our equipment processing centres

Wallenius Wilhelmsen ASA

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<p><strong>A new platform to access a real-time view</strong></p>

Access to data in one place not only supports greater transparency allowing for more agile decision-making, but also reduces complexity and time for customers looking to streamline their machinery supply chain.

Infinited Fiber at INDEX™ 20: Infinna™ set to reshape the future of nonwovens

Infinited Fiber Company

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<p>Infinited Fiber Stand #4182 at INDEX™ 20</p>

The nonwovens industry is ready for a more sustainable future: one that’s not reliant on virgin resources, where microplastic emissions are eliminated, and where disposable single-use items are biodegradable. At Infinited Fiber Company we are on a mission to use our fiber regeneration innovation to make this future a reality with our Infinna™ fiber, which looks and feels soft and natural like cotton – and is currently created 100% out of textile waste.