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Bollegraaf delivers ‘next generation’ baler to Smurfit Kappa

United Kingdom – Dutch recycling equipment manufacturer Bollegraaf and major paper producer Smurfit Kappa have finalised the installation of what is claimed to be one of the first next-generation HBC balers at the company’s recycling facility at Blackburn in the UK. According to Smurfit Kappa Recycling’s managing director Simon Weston, energy efficiency and safety were two of the main selection criteria for his firm.

Bollegraaf Recycling Solutions is a major global engineer and manufacturer of turnkey recycling solutions and equipment, investing ′heavily in research and development as well as in the latest manufacturing equipment and facilities′.

Smurfit Kappa is a large European player in paper-based packaging, operating in 21 countries and selling products including corrugated, containerboard, bag-in-box, solidboard and solidboard packaging. Smurfit Kappa also operates in 11 countries across North, Central and South America.

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