Stoneywood Mill Tour

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Technical Visit
21 August 2012 17:45 - 19:30
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Description

Stoneywood Mill is part of the ArjoWiggins Creative papers which in turn is part of the Antalis Paper Merchant group. Antalis and Arjowiggins belong to Sequana Capital which is listed on the French Stock Exchange. Stoneywood is one of around 20 manufacturing sites situated in Europe, North and South America and in Asia

Stoneywood was built in 1770 and was one of 5 paper mills in Aberdeen and is now the last remaining mill.  It manufactures 55000 Tonnes of very High Quality Fine papers and Industrial Release papers. Stoneywood continuous to be a very profitable mill and employs 410 people.

The diversity and complexity of products and the continuous improvement techniques employed ensures that the mill remains competitive in a global market place and is seen to be leading edge in paper manufacture.

Safety, Quality, Customer Service and innovation supported by using Lean manufacturing techniques is the culture in which the mill operates and is constantly finding ways to improve.

The key assets are 4 paper machines and one Duplex Air knife Coater. These are supported by numerous finishing machines to convert the paper to whichever format the customer requires.     

During the tour visitors will discover the production facilities and techniques used.
No PPE is necessary apart from closed footwear.
Tour is limited to 20 people. To register follow the link.
Confirmation will be sent out in due time to successful applicants.

Address

Arjo Wiggins Fine Papers Ltd Stoneywood Mill
Bucksburn
Aberdeen
AB21 9AB
United Kingdom

Contact Details

Marzena Dziedzicka
United Kingdom
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Alternative contact Paul Cummins
United Kingdom
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