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A.Celli to rebuild Hiang Seng Fibre Container's PM5 in Thailand

10 Jul '23
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Pic: A.Celli Group/INDA
Pic: A.Celli Group/INDA


  • Hiang Seng Fibre Container, a customer of PMT, has chosen A.Celli for a rebuilding project on its PM5 in Bangkok, Thailand.
  • The project involves converting the PM5 headbox from single to double-layer to enhance testliner printability and increase flexibility with different furnishes.
  • The project is scheduled for the first quarter of 2024.
Hiang Seng Fibre Container, a PMT customer, has chosen to rely on A.Celli for a complex and highly technological rebuilding intervention on their PM5 located in Bangkok, Thailand.

A.Celli/PMT know-how will make it possible to rebuild the PM5 headbox, converting it from single to double-layer with the aim of improving the testliner printability. The intervention, scheduled for the first quarter of 2024, will also increase the flexibility of the PM5 to make the best use of the different furnishes.

This project demonstrates A.Celli’s commitment to the former Beloit/PMT customers, confirming its desire to be a specialised partner available for any type of support.

“I’ve worked with PMT for a long time, and their service has always been great. When I heard that they were now members of the A.Celli Group, I was excited to see what they could do. I have to say, the solution they proposed was exactly what we needed to improve the quality of our testliner. I know I can count on A.Celli to continue to improve Hiang Seng’s performance,” Sarunyou, Hiang Seng, owner, said.

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