Stora Enso and BillerudKorsnäs announce plans to phase in microfibrillated cellulose (MFC) in paperboard products. Lightweight milk cartons with Stora Enso MFC are already market tested.

Pulp and paper maintenance staff take note. Just-released safety headgear made smart by an Intel processor is designed specifically for "augmented reality" diagnosis on the industrial internet.

A new water-free technology by Epson may lead the way to destructive fiberizing and reforming of paper sheets in an office. The scale and economics may be right for high activity businesses.

Domtar's announcement of a new fibre-enhancing process at its Dryden, ON mill plus other recent developments in Canada portend a new age of cellulose fibre applications

Fourteen paper mill trials and two pulp mill trials have been conducted for the game-changing FiloCell™ reinforcing agent now being produced at a Kruger demonstration plant in Trois-Rivières, Québec. Its sheet strengthening power has been confirmed.

Recent breakthrough developments in online fiber measurement open up a fascinating possibility to manage paper properties before the sheet is formed.

Condition monitoring in a DCS gives process operators a clear report of machinery soundness and promotes ownership of its care.

A modern QCS offers powerful diagnostic capabilities and the ROI potential is much better than previous generations. But what does the future hold?

The pulp and paper automation group has made a mark for itself in the past fifteen or twenty years. What does its potential divestment mean to the company and its customers?

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