Incada from pulp to paperboard
How is the folding box board Incada made and how do the pulp mill, the paperboard mill, and the new biomass-fueled combined heat and power plant all coordinate their operations? Iggesund Paperboard has produced an animated film which shows how the mill’s new possibilities are being utilised.
In addition to describing the actual production process, the film also focuses on the environmental aspects, especially how the energy supply has become totally fossil-fuel free thanks to the new biomass plant.
The film was produced by Magoo 3DStudios in Söderhamn, Sweden and is now available in nine language versions: Swedish, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Polish and Mandarin.
“We’ve had a similar film which describes the production of Invercote for several years now. Showing it to visitors before we take them on a tour of the mill has proven to be an excellent way to give them a basic understanding of the process,” Staffan Sjöberg of Iggesund Market Communications.
The animation is available in nine languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Swedish, Italian, Chinese, Polish and Russian in the Movieroom.