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May 30, 2014
BALL VALVE CLADDING Stellite 6 (left) is notoriously difficult to apply as a final layer, particularly on SAF 225 (right), owing to probable cracking
Thermal spray service provider Thermaspray is expected to complete a Stellite alloy 6 ball valve, which will be laser-clad to the SAF 225 alloy, allowing for the ball valves to be used in highly corrosive environments at wood and paper pulp and paper-based solutions...
Mar 28, 2014
Mar 28, 2014
EMPOWERING RURAL COMMUNITIES Project Grow comprises more than 4 500 tree growers, from small individual growers to larger community projects, farming on about 19 250 ha
Paper and packaging group Sappi Southern Africa’s Project Grow programme is supporting emerging historically disadvantaged tree growers to produce timber for the local paper, pulp and board industries. Sappi Southern Africa CEO Alex Thiel tells Engineering News that...
Aug 02, 2013
Sappi Southern Africa CEO Alex Thiel
JSE-listed paper, pulp and packaging group Sappi’s Southern African arm recorded an operating profit, excluding special items, of R183-million for the third quarter ending June, down from an operating profit of R255-million in the corresponding period in 2012. The...
Apr 15, 2013
Sappi Southern Africa will, on April 16, issue senior unsecured rate notes worth some R1.5-billion under its 2011 R5-billion domestic medium-term note programme. The total notes will comprise R255-million senior unsecured floating rate notes due on April 16, 2016,...
Mar 08, 2013
A key focus for JSE-listed paper, pulp and packaging group Sappi this year is to return its Southern African business to profitability by implementing various interventions aimed at repositioning the paper business to be more competitive and better serving the...
Feb 15, 2013
Paper and packaging group Sappi’s $340m-million GoCell specialised cellulose (SC) expansion project at its Ngodwana Mill, in Mpumalanga, is on track for commissioning by mid-2013 to grow its SC production.
Nov 08, 2012
JSE-listed Sappi is increasingly turning its focus to investing in higher margin and higher growth businesses such as chemical cellulose, moving away from its traditional pulp and paper focus, CEO Ralph Boëttger said on Thursday. Reporting September quarterly net...
Aug 17, 2012
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Aug 02, 2010
Higher global pulp prices and improved demand and sales volumes have led to a significantly better financial performance for paper and pulp producer Sappi during the third quarter of this year. The group, led by CEO Ralph Boëttger, reported a net profit of...
Mar 05, 2010
The technological boom poses a potential threat for the paper and pulp industry in that globally, more people are turning to digital media rather than newsprint. Paper and pulp producer Sappi is responding to this threat with its own initiatives.
Mar 01, 2010
Paper and pulp producer Sappi expected its 2010 second-quarter operating profit, excluding special items, to remain positive, but said this would be below the level achieved in the first quarter of the year, given rising input costs. Speaking at the group’s annual...
Nov 09, 2009
Despite economic conditions remaining somewhat unpredictable, paper and pulp producer Sappi expects to see continued improvements in demand for its major products in most of its markets in the new financial year, CEO Ralph Boëttger said on Monday. He noted that the...
Oct 26, 2009
While having already made great strides in terms of climate mitigation and adaptation measures, paper and pulp producer Sappi has committed itself to “pushing forward” with further initiatives and has also become a signatory to the Copenhagen Communiqué on Climate...
Nov 06, 2008
Paper and pulp producer Sappi, which reported a fourth-quarter loss on Thursday, expected demand for its products to be lower in the near term and for margins to remain under pressure, owing to a lag in the moderation of input prices. In addition, the group planned...
Aug 15, 2008
The Sappi Saiccor expansion project will involve the expansion of the Sappi Saiccor mill situated in Umkomaas, KwaZulu-Natal. The expansion will allow Sappi Saiccor to increase its chemical cellulose production by 300 000 t/y, of which 75 000 t will replace existing...
May 21, 2007
The Amakhulu project will involve the expansion of the Sappi Saiccor mill situated in Umkomaas, KwaZulu-Natal. The expansion will allow Sappi Saiccor to increase its chemical cellulose production by 300 000 t/y, of which 75 000 t will replace existing higher-cost...
Mar 30, 2007
Sappi Saiccor is the world's largest manufacturer of dissolving pulp (chemical cellulose) with a capacity to produce about 600 000 t of elemental chlorine free (ECF) chemical cellulose a year.
Mar 30, 2007
The Amakhulu project will involve the expansion of the Sappi Saiccor mill situated in Umkomaas, KwaZulu-Natal. The expansion will allow Sappi Saiccor to increase its chemical cellulose production by 300 000 t/y, of which 75 000 t will replace existing higher-cost...
 
 
 
 
Mar 26, 2007
The Amakhulu project will involve the expansion of the Sappi Saiccor mill situated in Umkomaas, KwaZulu-Natal. The expansion will allow Sappi Saiccor to increase its chemical cellulose production by 300 000 t/y, of which 75 000 t will replace existing higher-cost...
Feb 02, 2007
Aug 18, 2006
Embattled South African paper manufacturer Sappi says it hopes to return to reasonable profitability next year.
Nov 25, 2005
Paper group Sappi hopes to receive board sanction for a R2-billion expansion of the Sappi Saiccor mill in Kwazulu-Natal during the first half of next year.
Nov 11, 2005
Paper group Sappi hopes to receive board sanction for a R2-billion expansion of the Sappi Saiccor mill in Kwazulu-Natal during the first half of next year.
May 21, 2004
Paper giant Sappi’s plans to increase production output at its Saiccor paper and pulp mill, in Umkomaas, in Kwazulu-Natal, which has been running at full capacity since January last year, are gaining momentum.
 
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