The hottest Kraft linerboard and corrugated base p

2022-08-14
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Kraft linerboard and corrugated base paper (Part 2)

most of the projects being implemented and planned to be implemented are using internationally advanced technical equipment, which can also be said to be the most practical or the most efficient. They have adopted very mature practical technology in their specific design. Of course, at present, the technical content of the projects being implemented by some enterprises is lower than the above two categories, but it is also suitable for China's national conditions and, more importantly, for the development law of the enterprise itself

in order to promote the industry as soon as possible and further develop to the international level, it is suggested that possible manufacturers cooperate with some foreign professional equipment manufacturers and adopt various forms such as introducing technology and selling key components on a commission basis to improve the technical equipment level of the supplied equipment. In addition, the way to improve China's equipment level as soon as possible is to cultivate and develop domestic engineering companies. Through these engineering companies, we can combine the domestic and foreign effective resources of papermaking equipment manufacturing, and provide papermaking enterprises with attractive prices, advanced technology and equipment, and engineered project services

although China has begun to have some paperboard technology and equipment with the world's advanced level, the so-called effective production capacity that can truly compete with international products is not large. So far, the proportion of paperboard production capacity with an annual output of more than 100000 tons per unit in the total capacity is still very low, so improving the effective capacity is a top priority

fiber supply in the paperboard industry

paperboard is the paper that consumes the largest proportion of fiber resources, so it will have a significant impact on the paperboard industry. In the long run, China cannot achieve self-sufficiency in wood fiber for papermaking. At present, the fiber resources of China's paperboard industry mainly come from waste paper. Although the sales plan of China's waste paper and China's construction machinery will reach 900billion yuan, the recovery rate needs to be improved or may be improved, a considerable proportion of paper and paperboard are exported abroad with China's consumer goods, and the quantity is considerable. It can be seen that the waste paper price in the international market will have a very important impact on the business situation of domestic cardboard manufacturers

generally speaking, there are two major problems in the paper industry, one is the construction capital, the other is almost blank in most places, and the other is the problem of fiber raw materials. In recent years, due to the rapid growth of the paper and paperboard Market and the fact that the fiber raw materials in the international market are at a very low price for many years, a better profit space has been left for the paper industry, which has attracted many domestic and foreign investors, making the investment in the paper industry very active. It can be said that the problem of construction funds is gradually alleviated. However, the problem of fiber raw materials has not made much substantive progress in the past few years. Therefore, it is urgent for every large enterprise to study and solve its own long-term supply of fiber raw materials

according to the latest statistics, the total consumption of pulp in China in 2002 was 34.7 million tons. Among them, 11.1 million tons of non wood pulp, 7.4 million tons of wood pulp and 16.2 million tons of waste pulp. Globally, the proportion of primary pulp and waste pulp consumed in the production of paper and paperboard has been relatively stable in the past few years. In 2000, the total output of paper and paperboard in the world was 320 million tons, and the output of primary pulp in that year was 189 million tons. It is predicted that the total output of paper and paperboard in China will reach 40million tons and 65million tons by 2005 and 2010 respectively. By then, the consumption of raw pulp will reach 19.6 million tons and 31.9 million tons respectively. The consumption of waste pulp will also reach 17.2 million tons and 27.9 million tons respectively

eight years after 2010, there is a huge gap between China's fiber demand and the current output. Even if China can still purchase this part from the international market, the risk of this raw material supply cannot but attract the high attention of decision makers. Therefore, it is very important for the relevant departments to vigorously promote and develop the integration of forestry and paper in China and speed up the construction of wood fiber raw material base for papermaking. At the same time, we should also use non wood fibers more scientifically and reasonably, strengthen the recycling of waste paper, and resolve the supply risk of fiber raw materials in the paper industry

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