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A new joint brochure from Koehler Paper and Voith gives a platform to various parties who helped to build the world’s fastest MG paper machine.
According to Greenpeace, there are 150 million tons of plastic waste floating in the oceans, a significant proportion of which is packaging. The packaging industry is therefore under huge pressure to change. While the plastic industry reflects on its problems, Koehler Paper has identified the potential here. A forward-looking solution is paper packaging. Produced from sustainable materials, recyclable multiple times over, and easily compostable, it is a convincing alternative to plastic packaging.
A new joint brochure from Koehler Paper and Voith gives a platform to various parties who helped to build the world’s fastest MG paper machine. These include employees at the paper and coating machine, customers such as Ritter Sport, various representatives of machine manufacturer Voith and also the COO of the Koehler Group.
Together, Koehler and Voith are stepping up to change the world of packaging—and to make it a little more sustainable
There is a clear trend when it comes to packaging material options: Paper scores points right across the board, and is already making an active contribution towards the objectives of a circular economy. With flexible paper packaging solutions, Koehler Paper is reducing the proportion of plastic in product packaging and making the world a little more sustainable in the process.
In addition to setting new benchmarks, the paper machine has also broken a number of records. The most significant is that it is the fastest MG paper machine in the world, with a continuous speed of 1,400 m/min over a period of 24 hours.
The new brochure “Production Line 8 in Kehl” gives insights from various contributors as to how Koehler Paper and Voith were able to install one of the world’s most efficient specialty paper machines in the space of just two-and-a-half years.
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