SCA Woods opens new mill
The new mill comes with a host of benefits including a new raw material intake, new splitting line and new packaging line that will increase productivity.
“With this investment we can meet our customers needs and offer them more competitive products,” said Joakim Nehrer, Sales and marketing director Scandinavia at SCA Wood.
This milestone is an important one for both Tunadal’s and SCA’s development. The previous band saw has been replaced with a split saw which creates a more homogeneous surface. This surface contributes to decreased waste of paint, in line with their sustainability objectives.
“We have more than doubled our capacity with our new planing mill. And it feels good that the residues from the process become pellets. This pellets goes back to SCAs value chain and becomes heat at Ortviken and Östrands mills,” said Anna Schönström, manager at Tunadals planning mill.