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Fenlin group: the world's most modern sawmill will be built in Loma, Finland. Release date: Source: Fenlin Fenbao, a subsidiary of Fenlin group, has decided to build the world's most modern sawmill in Loma, Finland, with an investment of about 200million euros. The project will start construction in the spring of 2020, and the sawmill is planned to be put into operation in the third quarter of 2022. The epidemic situation of novel coronavirus may affect the construction progress

at the same time, Fenlin Group continued to promote the preliminary engineering project of Kemi biological products factory with a capacity of 1.5 million tons of pulp. For this plant with an investment of about 1.5 billion euros, Fenlin group is expected to make a final investment decision in the autumn of 2020

in the spring of 2019, Fenlin group launched the preliminary works of investment projects with a total amount of about 2billion euros. Based on the planned investment projects, Fenlin group will better meet the needs of forest owners and their customers in the whole forest industry value chain. According to the plan, laoma sawmill is the first project to enter the decision-making stage in the overall plan

ilkka H M L, President and CEO of Fenlin group, said: "The strategic objectives of finlin group include increasing the value of Finnish forests, achieving profitable growth with customers, completely eliminating fossil fuels in plants, replacing fossil based materials with renewable materials, and increasing carbon storage in durable wood products. The sawmill to be built in laoma, Finland will help achieve all these goals. The wood products industry plays a very important role, and we need to find ways to significantly improve this Performance of industries. In addition, the preliminary project of Kemi biological products factory is progressing smoothly. With the completion of the environmental permit procedure, we expect to enter the decision-making stage in the autumn of 2020. Under the severe situation that the whole society is facing the challenge of the epidemic, Finland needs to invest, carry out the construction of new projects and build confidence in the future. We believe that Finnish local suppliers will play an important role in completing these investments. "

lauma sawmill will become the largest sawmill investment project in Finland's history. The investment of lauma sawmill is about 200million euros, and it will produce about 750000 cubic meters of pine Sawtimber every year. The new sawmill will become a global leader in technology and efficiency. For example, the plant will use machine vision and artificial intelligence at different stages of the sawing process, which will be a major new development. No similar technology has been used in the global sawmilling industry

ismo nousiainen, CEO of Fenlin Fenbao, said: "The reason for the award-winning construction of the new generation sawmill in Loma, Finland, to a large extent lies in its manufacturing process, which represents a major leap in the entire industry. Through the use of new technologies, the plant will transition from the workstation mode to the control room monitoring and continuous operation mode. The key elements of the operation mode of Loma sawmill include the deep professional knowledge and multiple skills of employees, as well as user maintenance. The global demand for high-quality sawn timber will continue to increase, Especially in the prefabrication and joinery industries with strict material requirements. "

the new sawmill will directly employ about 100 employees and about 500 employees in the direct value chain in Finland. In the construction phase, the sawmill project is expected to provide 1500 jobs per year. The annual consumption of logs purchased from Finland by laoma sawmill is estimated to be about 1.5 million cubic meters, and the sawn timber products produced will be mainly sold to Europe and Asia

the geographical location of the new sawmill is very conducive to logistics and transportation. It can efficiently connect with the wood pulp plant and provide customers with smooth sawmill logistics services through laoma port. A series of synergy effects will be generated between the integrated chemical plant and the wood pulp plant, covering power generation, bypass utilization, logistics and services. The impact of the sawmill on the environment will be minimized. For example, from the design stage, noise management has always been taken into account, and is well reflected in the plant construction and the selection of equipment and machinery

Fenlin Fenbao has reached an agreement with veisto on the delivery of new saw lines, 80% of which will be produced in Finland. Negotiations with other equipment suppliers are also under way. The company has signed an agreement with afry company on the construction planning of the sawmill, and signed an agreement on construction management services with a-insin RIT company for such samples applicable to glass fiber fabric reinforced thermosetting plastic sheets

Nuoyi said: "In terms of our unique concept of biological products, the full utilization of wood raw materials is undoubtedly crucial. Sawmills use logs as raw materials. During the production of sawn timber, bark and sawdust are produced, which can be used as bioenergy. In addition, wood chips can also be used as raw materials for wood pulp. In the production of wood pulp, bioenergy will be provided to sawmills, and the remaining energy will be sold to public electricity. In the future, this investment will So that neither the laoma sawmill nor the wood pulp plant need to use any fossil fuel. "

the investment decision on Kemi biological products factory is expected to be made in the autumn of 2020.

on March 6, 2020, the Ely center in Lapland, Finland (economic development, transportation and Environment Center) made a supporting decision and gave relevant opinions on the environmental impact assessment (EIA) report of Kemi biological products factory, and removed the output wiring, thus completing the environmental impact assessment (EIA) process of the project. The environmental permit application submitted by the company to the national administration of the northern region of Finland is being updated according to the reasonable conclusions of the assessment

the financing negotiation for the investment of about 1.5 billion euros is in progress. In March, 2020, finnvera (finnvera is a state-owned financing group under the Ministry of employment and economy of Finland) provided a credit guarantee worth 500million euros, with a coverage rate of 80%, provided that the final investment decision of the project is made. The financing negotiation between the company and European investment bank and a number of commercial banks continues

in addition to the environmental licensing process and financing negotiation, the company is still conducting the procurement negotiation of main equipment, planning the logistics process and facilities required by the plant, and carrying out the preparations for the site construction stage, including the demolition of existing buildings and necessary relocation in the plant area

for the future construction of Kemi biological products factory, the company has signed a letter of intent for planning cooperation with afry company and a letter of intent for construction management services with fimpec company

Kemi biological products factory will produce about 1.5 million tons of coniferous and broad-leaved pulp and many other biological products every year. The company will employ approximately 250 employees directly in Finland and a total of approximately 2500 employees in its direct value chain. The plant uses about 7.6 million cubic meters of pulping wood every year, mainly purchased from Finland. In the construction phase, Kemi biological products factory is expected to bring nearly 10000 annual jobs, more than half of which are located in Kemi. The total number of employees participating in the project construction is estimated to be about 15000

the planning starting point of the new biological product factory is the first-class environment, energy and material efficiency. The plant will not use any fossil fuels, and its electricity self-sufficiency rate will reach 250%. This will further consolidate the important position of finlin group as a renewable biological power producer in Finland

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