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Nedmag Industries in Veendam, The Netherlands, will be expanding its magnesium hydroxide storage capacity. Four new storage tanks have been shipped from Sweden to the production site in Veendam.
With the expansion of the magnesium hydroxide storage capacity, Nedmag expects to meet the fast increasing demand for its magnesium hydroxide, especially in the pulp and paper industry.
Nedmag’s decision to further differentiate its products was agreed over a year ago. Its new product, stable magnesium hydroxide, was introduced in 2014. Over time, the company has invested in a new production line, equipment and expertise while working closely with partners and universities.
Nedmag’s new stable magnesium hydroxide is utilized, among others, as an environmentally friendly solution for chemicals currently used in the pulp and paper industry and waste water treatment – for neutralisation of acid and pH control, metal removal, removal and recovery of phosphorus.
Since 2014, Nedmag has entered in a strategic alliance with Imerys and partnered up with Banmark to offer the European pulp and paper industry a novel and sustainable pulp bleaching technology. Supported by their advanced laboratories, Nedmag’s delivers environmental benefits and via recipe optimization a cost saving solution with multiple performance benefits to the pulp industry.
The strong increase in demand for Nedmag’s new magnesium hydroxide necessitates the investment in additional storage capacity. The storage tanks were shipped from Sweden, to Delfzijl, the Netherlands, by sea (a 40 hour journey). From there it was transported to Nedmag by barge. The magnesium hydroxide storage tanks have a capacity of 350 cubic meters each.
Nedmag has its base in Veendam, The Netherlands. It is the world leading producer of high quality dead burned magnesium (DBM) for use in refractories. Nedmag’s success is largely due to a unique salt layer, at a depth of 2,000 meters. It contains magnesium salt of unparalleled purity. For more information please contact Alex Medendorp, sales & marketing director at email@example.com or see www.nedmag.com
The world leader in mineral-based specialty solutions , with €3.7 billion revenue and 14,900 employees in 2014, Imerys transforms a unique range of minerals to deliver essential functions (heat resistance, mechanical strength, conductivity, coverage, barrier effect, etc.) that are essential to its customers' products and manufacturing processes. Imerys serves the global pulp and paper industry through a network of industrial sites, sales offices and R&D centres across the globe. For more information please contact Mikko Likitalo, technology director at firstname.lastname@example.org or see www.imerys.com
Banmark Oy is a leading Finnish service company for the pulp and paper industry. Banmark has expanded their operations beyond the Finnish borders and holds strong positions in Russia, Sweden and Poland. For more information please contact Juha Lonka, marketing director at email@example.com or see www.banmark.fi