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According to the results of 2021 Arkhbum JSC increased the production of corrugated products by 16.1%

22 February 2022 ` 10:44  

Arkhbum JSC (Russian corrugated product division of the Austrian Group of companies Pulp Mill Holding GmbH) by the end of 2021 demonstrated an increase in production indicators compared to the previous period.

In 2021, the enterprises belonging to Arkhbum JSC in the Central and Volga Federal Districts increased the volume of production of corrugated products by 16.1% YoY to 592.4 million meters and the volume of shipments by 16.3% YoY to 590.2 million m². Revenue increased by 73.2% up to 19 billion rubles.

During 2022 – 2023 Pulp Mill Holding will invest 10 billion rubles in the modernization and increase of the existing processing capacities, as well as in the construction of a new production facility, which will allow Arkhbum not only to improve the quality of its products and service level, but also significantly expand its client portfolio.

The modernization will affect all four sites of the Company — Podolsky (1.802 billion rubles), Istra (872 million rubles), Ulyanovsk (1.579 billion rubles) branches.

Investments in the Voronezh site of Arkhbum JSC will amount to 198 million rubles. Pulp Mill Holding intends to build there a new mill in the Maslovsky Industrial Park in 2022 with a capacity of 188 million m² of corrugated products per year. The volume of investments in this project will amount to 5.5 billion rubles.

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