Pöyry announces EPCM assignment to develop the BoP of Bracell’s Project Star in Brazil

Pöyry announces EPCM assignment to develop the BoP of Bracell’s Project Star in Brazil

(PRESS RELEASE) VANTAA, 28-Aug-2019 — /EuropaWire/ — Pöyry awarded with an EPCM (Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Management) assignment from Bracell. The contract is to develop the BoP (Balance of Plant) of the Project Star located in Lençóis Paulista, state of São Paulo. The agreement includes interconnections between all process areas, turbo generators and steam distribution systems, the water cooling centre and other complementary systems.

The new expanded mill will increase its current production capacity of 250,000 tons to 1.5 million tons per year. It will be a flexible line, designed primarily to produce dissolving pulp to supply internal integrated demand.

Pöyry is not new to the Project Star. Involved since the beginning, Pöyry was responsible for conceptual study, environmental licensing support, basic engineering, and detail engineering for the site infrastructure and access road duplication.

Bracell’s Project Star is scheduled to be completed in 2021.

The contract will be booked in the Process Industries Division’s order stock for Q3/2019. The value of the order is not disclosed.

About Pöyry

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For more information:

Nicholas Oksanen
Executive Vice President, Head of Division Process Industries
Tel. +358 10 33 22294
e-mail: Nicholas.oksanen@poyry.com

Fábio Bellotti da Fonseca
President of Pöyry Brazil, Head of Process Industries Brazil
Tel. +55 11 3472 7737
e-mail: fabio.fonseca@poyry.com




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