If you want to strike up a conversation to get to know Leo better, a good topic to start with would be asking about nonwovens. This he tells us with a smile on his face, but also with a touch of seriousness. Leo is truly passionate about this work and always eager to support the people around him.
Do you want to understand how your equipment can be operated at full potential? With Valmet’s process surveys you receive a comprehensive report with improvements and suggestions for better runnability. It’s also a way to stay pro-active and detect irregularities before they become a greater issue.
As many young children in Finland, Tuomas dreamt about being a professional hockey player, making it to the NHL. After many years of chasing his dream, he decided on a different path. One that might seem totally unrelated to ice hockey, but in the context of Finland, more related than you think. Because in Finland, papermaking and hockey share values of tradition, innovation and international recognition.
We are proud to announce that our latest nonwovens invention the Valmet ThruAir® Bonder won the CINTE23 Sustainability Award. The annual CINTE Techtexil is a trade fair for technical textile and nonwoven products with over 500 exhibitors in attending the event.
Chris might not share the secret recipe to his mother’s spaghetti sauce, but if you are ever in the state of Maine, he can introduce you to some of the best spots for a relaxing nature experience. Get to know Chris Caiazzo in the first of our series titled: “Five for five”, where we ask five quick questions to five of our nonwoven’s colleagues located across the world.
Together with SharpCell, Valmet advances development of new technology for nonwoven quality control and automation. The first industrial installation of the Valmet IQ Scanner S, demonstrates its reliable monitoring and control from the very beginning, and results in immediate savings for SharpCell.
With increased demands for efficiency, sustainability and a skilled workforce, how will the industrial processes be operated going forward? We explore the trends and industry 4.0 evolution that will shape the future of process control for the years to come.