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Goldenrod Corp.
Issue Spotlight
The coronavirus has caused the worst 1Q profit margin since 2012
Bonetti Company, Inc.
It will also acquire the feminine hygiene assets of Albaad Massuot Yitzhak in Rockingham, NC
It will obtain BRC certification for all its production sites in the US
American Baler Company
Tissue/Toweling Industry News
It will also install more capacity in Hubei
It contains an antibacterial lotion developed to guarantee proper hygiene
The new unit has improved product quality at the mill in Dunaföldvár, Hungary
Start-up is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2020
Honeywell l Process Solutions
The speed was reached on a Toscotec-supplied AHEAD-2.0S tissue line
They are designed for the Spunlace product, made at the mill Jiangyin

China’s Luohe Juyuan Paper has started trial production on a new 20,000-mtpy tissue machine at its sole mill in Luohe city, Henan province. The first sheet of paper rolled off the line late last month. Provided by domestic supplier Shanghai Qingliang Industry, the unit has a trim width of 2.85 m and a design speed of 1,400 m/min. The mill operates another tissue PM, which has a capacity of 18,000 mtpy and was commissioned in 2013.

He will have global responsibilities for procurement and manufacturing among others

According to WALB, early on during the COVID-19 pandemic, toilet paper was scarce on store shelves. Back in April, Procter & Gamble ramped up their toilet production to meet that demand. If you have been to the store lately, you have likely noticed the toilet paper shelves are not fully stocked. Some brands are completely sold out and some customers are now even being asked to limit their purchase.


The Corvallis Gazette-Times writes that the run on toilet paper that occurred at the start of the coronavirus pandemic left many stores with a severe shortage of the product for weeks — and some still are unable to keep it on the shelves. The demand has led to George-Pacific, including its Halsey-based plant, seeing a sharp increase in productivity over the past couple months. Georgia-Pacific’s 14 tissue paper plants across the US are, on average, producing 1.5 million more rolls of toilet paper per day than they were before the pandemic began, according to senior director of public affairs and communications Kelly Ferguson.

New Technologies
A.Celli puts out a primer on the advantages and necessity of such a system
Multi-line orders can be fulfilled without pre-consolidation in a smaller footprint
It is the latest generation of Voith dispergers
ChemSystems produces specialized solutions for water-intensive industries
The company has also established a team of outside service technicians

On behalf of one of its customers, Tissue Tec is selling the following napkin wrapper: Ref. #510 1 HEINO ILSEMANN napkin wrapper model NW-6, year 2006, equipped with size parts for 25 x 25 and 33 x 33 cm (1/4-fold, single packs, 3 different heights), with infeed chain, automatic film feeding (suction belts), print register control, standard perforation, wrapping station, outfeed belt with side sealing, central lubrication, additional pack turning station, speed approx. 50 packs/min., still in production, immediately available.

American Roller and Plasma Coatings
Fabio Perini S.P.A.
Naylor Association Solutions
Naylor Association Solutions

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