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Largest and most efficient BOPP line for Africa
Nigerian film producer selects Brückner to be partner
Dr. Seun Obasanjo, Board Member Tempo Paper Pulp & Packaging (middle); Rainer Sahl, General Manager Brueckner Middle East (left); Johann Kreilinger, Senior Sales Manager Brückner (right)
15-08-2007: Until a few years back, Africa was quite a blank area on the map of high quality film production facilities. Although Brückner lines can be found running in South Africa and Egypt, the heart of the continent remained a kind of "no-film land". That is going to change in the near future, due to a new partnership: Nigerian film producer "Tempo Paper Pulp & Packaging" and Brückner recently signed a contract for an 8.2m wide BOPP film production line.
The line with an annual output of more than 30,000 tons will be the largest, most flexible and efficient one in Africa. The new line of Tempo Paper Pulp & Packaging will cover almost the complete actual demand of BOPP films in Nigeria.
With their new production plant Tempo Paper Pulp & Packaging is confident they will be able to set a new benchmark for film production in Africa. Among the decisive factors to rely on Brückner was the fact that Brückner does not just offer technologies, machines and services but also a comprehensive partnership. This included an extensive project consulting as well as a close cooperation for a financing solution and guarantees an optimal support for the future: a reliable commissioning, the process know-how of Brückner specialists, trainings of the customer`s staff for optimum asset utilization and a comprehensive service package.
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