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Natron-Hayat Delays Restart of Sack Kraft Paper Production
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Bosnia 20 December 2016 -- PM 4 is now expected to be back in operation by the end of February or beginning of March.

Natron-Hayat has delayed the restart of the PM 4 at the Maglaj mill in Bosnia and Herzegovina by two months and thus will not be able to offer its brown sack kraft paper qualities to the market by mid-January as previously expected. "Most probably we will be starting our brown sack kraft paper production by the end of February [or] beginning of March," a company spokesperson explained.>

PM 4 is geared for a maximum production capacity of 80,000 tpy of unbleached sack kraft paper. The paper machine has been standing still since the end of July this year due to a recovery boiler explosion. Natron-Hayat had originally hoped that there would be no delays to recovery boiler repair works and that it would be able to restart the PM 4 by the end of December.



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