RAPP began operating in 1995 and has now developed a pulp mill with a capacity of 2.0 million tonnes per year, making it the largest pulp mill in the world. AMEC, a UK construction multinational, has helped to design and build the RAPP mill. APRIL's main paper subsidiary is Riau Andalan Kertas.
Asia Pacific Resources International Holdings Limited, or APRIL, is Indonesia's second largest pulp and paper producer. It develops fibre plantations and it is the owner of one of the world's largest pulp and paper mills. It also has operations in China. APRIL mainly produces bleached hardwood kraft pulp and uncoated, wood-free paper.
RAPP began operating in 1995 and has now developed a pulp mill with a capacity of 2.0 million tonnes per year, making it the largest pulp mill in the world. In production since 1995, the vast majority of the fibre going to APRIL's RAPP mill has been mixed tropical hardwood obtained through the clearance of natural forest .
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Apr 12, 2013· Recent government data reveal that 60% of fibre supply to APRIL's Riau Andalan Pulp & Paper (RAPP) pulp mill in Indonesia – one of the largest mills in the world – is rainforest wood. In 2012, APRIL planned to feed its Sumatran pulp mill by clearing another 60,000 hectares of rainforest – an area nearly the size of Singapore.
APRIL Group's management consists of deeply experienced and diverse individuals with background in every aspect of the company's operations including forestry, pulp and paper, finance, social science, governance, legal, international trade, logistics, regulatory and human resources.
Andalan Pulp & Paper (RAPP), an APRIL/RGE company, waiting to be transported along peat canals to its pulp mill in Pangkalan Kerinci, Pelalawan, Riau. Photo taken by EoF at N1°1'42.51", E102°19'41.92" on 10 June 2014. Below - excavator clearing a logged area in the PT RAPP …
Dec 03, 2014· When the RAPP paper mill started operation, it was the largest pulp and paper mill in Indonesia. For the very first time, amazed by the efficiency and the capacity of the pulp making system, the foreign buyers were finally interested in buying the pulp and paper products made by the an Indonesian manufacturer. Business started to grow.
Aug 16, 2012· Lim who ended his career at PT RAPP in 2008 said that some timber companies such as Persada Karya Sejati, Selaras Abadi Utama, Tuah Negeri, Alam Lestari and Mutiara Lestari had partnership with APRIL's PT RAPP where the latter paid compensation fee to the suppliers for timber sent to PT RAPP pulp mill.
Asia Pulp & Paper's Foopak Bio Natura Compostable Food Packaging Solution Awarded "Sustainability Product of the Year" 2018 Quality Products. ... Learn about APP's mills and how we deliver quality products to meet the growing global demand for tissue, packaging and paper.
Pulp is the basis of many paper products, ranging from the corrugated boards used in factories to our daily necessities like paper, tissue, tea bags and magazines. Currently in the developmental stage, we are conducting trials on customised pulp that is ideal to specific end-uses of market pulp such as Tissue and Specialty segments.
Dec 25, 2010· 50% or 8,8 millions M3 of PT IKPP and PT RAPP raw material supplies had been extracted from natural forests and the rest 8.9 millions M3 per year are from Plantation Forests. With this lack of raw material supplies from production forest, the remaining natural forests in Riau are threatened as the potential target of raw material supplier.
Production is ramping up at Asia Pulp and Paper's behemoth pulp mill in Indonesia. Eco-Business takes a close look at what the US$2.6 billion facility means for the country's forests and people. ... when the operations plans of subsidiary PR RAPP were declared legally invalid after the company was found to have ignored new regulations on peat ...
Pulp & Paper Mill. Our pulp and paper mill located at Pangkalan Kerinci in Riau Province Indonesia is capable of producing up to 2.8 million tons of pulp and 1.15 million tons of paper per year. The mill uses world-class engineering and technology to produce quality pulp …
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The 2008 completion of Pulp Line 3 made Riau home to the largest integrated pulp and paper mill in the world, with a production capacity of 2.8 million tons per annum. The certified ISO 9001:8000 and ISO 14001 mills continued to invest in technology to ensure self-sufficient energy generation.
APRIL's main pulp subsidiary is Riau Andalan Pulp & Paper (RAPP), located in Riau Province on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. RAPP began operating in 1995 and has now developed a pulp mill with a capacity of 2.0 million tonnes per year, making it the largest pulp mill in the world.5 AMEC, a UK construction multinational, helped to design ...
Paper rolls, Riau Pulp and Paper Mill (RAPP), Near Pekanbaru, Sumatra, Indonesia. Paper production at the Kotlas Pulp and Paper Mill processing wood pulp made in the Arkhangelsk Region. A large Georgia Pacific pulp and paper mill along the Yaquina River in Toledo, Oregon.
Mill description International Paper (IP) is building a chemi-mechanical Riau Andalan Pulp & Paper (RAPP) is part of the April Group, a major pulp and paper producer in South East Asia. Between 1996-2006 RAPP expanded its pulp production capacity, which now reaches 2,000,000 t/year.
Across the horizon, where the edge of a tree-lined view is punctuated by towers of industry sits RAPP's pulp and paper mill. The mill is a stark contrast to its surrounding green forest. Here is a fragile co-existence of man and nature. The process of finding harmony and sustainability has been a long and contentious journey but adopting ...
In a victory for the protection of peatlands in Indonesia, Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK) won the lawsuit filed by PT Riau Andalan Pulp & Paper (PT RAPP) at the State Administrative Court (PTUN) Jakarta, Thursday 21/12. PT RAPP, controlled by the... Peat communities demand the revocation of APRIL plantation permits
The logging in this concession started in July 2006. This EoF investigation did not identify any company which sourced the felled timber. However, EoF believes that PT Riau Andalan Pulp and Paper (RAPP), a pulp mill belonging to APRIL, has been sourcing the timber clearcut by PT Triomas FDI based on other field observations.
Asia Pacific Resources International Holdings Limited, or APRIL, is a developer of fibre plantations and the owner of one of the world's largest pulp and paper mills with operations mainly in Indonesia and China. APRIL mainly produces bleached hardwood kraft pulp and uncoated, wood-free paper, including its Paperone brand of office paper.
Apr 16, 2013· We provided them with evidence showing that recent government data reveals that an incredible 60% of fibre supply to APRIL's Riau Andalan Pulp & Paper (RAPP) pulp mill in Indonesia is rainforest wood. In 2012, APRIL planned to feed its Sumatran pulp mill by trashing another 60,000 hectares of rainforest an area nearly the size of Singapore.
Pulp Capacity and Effective Wood Demand of BHKP Mills in Indonesia Pulp Capacity and Effective Wood Demand of BHKP Mills in Indonesia Mill Pulp Capacity (Adt/yr) Wood Demand (m3/yr)1 Location Indah Kiat (APP) 2.0 m 9.8 m Riau, C. Sumatra RAPP (APRIL) 2.0 m 9.8 m Riau, C. Sumatra Lontar Papyrus (APP) 750,000 3.2 m Jambi, C. Sumatra
APRIL's pulp and paper mill located at Pangkalan Kerinci in Riau Province, Sumatra, Indonesia is capable of producing up to 2.8 million tonnes of pulp and 1.15 million tonnes of paper per year. Beginning operation in 1995, Friends of the Earth called RAPP the biggest paper pulp mill in the world, with a capacity of 2 million tonnes per year.
RAPP Pulp Mill, Kerinci. Both companies built pulp mills a mere 40 kilometres apart near the service town of Pangkalan Kerinci. It would be difficult to find any other part of the earth's surface where there is such a concentrated demand for wood. Sumatra and Indonesia Borneo have experienced the most rapid deforestation in human history.