Name and Contact information of the Beneficiary:
6782 Mórahalom, Papírgyári út 4.
Email : email@example.com
Name and Contact information of the contributing Institute:
MAG Magyar Gazdaságfejlesztési Központ Zrt. 1139 Budapest, Váci út 83.
A Nemzeti Fejlesztési Ügynökség honlapjára: Nemzeti Fejlesztési Ügynökség
A Közremuködő Szervezet honlapjára: MAG Magyar Gazdaságfejlesztési Központ Zrt.
The project (id. number GOP-2.1.2-11-2011-0015) began 26.04.2011 with the goal to obtain equipment for the site of PACAPIME Kft. at Mórahalom, Papírgyári út 4. The company was established 08.12.2007, its activity is the production of paper packaging materials. The company is constantly and methodically continuing its development of the Mórahalom site, this investment is based upon the corrugator technology and its involvement within this project fits into a large-scale development process.
The project’s total eligible cost is net 190 703 499 HUF, which results 13,5279 % contribution rate. In connection with the project Pacapime Kft. created 15 new jobs during the first 12 month of the implementation period.
High-tech corrugated board
Our company, PACAPIME Kft. is to be located within the city of Mórahalom, county of Csongrad, Hungary, near the borders of Serbia and Romania. In the year 2007 we placed the base stone of the factory here and started the first phase of our investment. Since then our company grows and develops ever so successfully. The company, which is family owned by the third-generation started a large scale investment in the near past (2011), what will be a perfect foundation of a prosperous future.
This decision means that €15.000.000 will be invested. The production area has been increased with 15.000 m² and has been equipped with a complete automatic conveyor system, made of synthetic carpets and automatic suppliers. The transportation system of the waste papers, which is fully mechanical was augmented with a UNTHA shredder. It was implemented by the Belgian company NWP.
The most important decision was that from a cardboard converter factory we could transform into a fully integrated corrugated board making factory. Therefore, as the first and only independent company in Hungary were able to expand our machine park with an up-to-date BHS corrugator, an adhesive kitchen and with a LOOS steam-boiler. With this newly bought BHS corrugator, which is the most modern machine in the Hungarian market and equipped with the latest technology, Pacapime Kft. will, thanks to all the experience gathered in the Hungarian market until now, be able to maintain the demands of existing and new market segments with fully adapted corrugated board solutions for food and the miscellanous factories using corrugated board. In a market which is influenced by rising base material prices and higher energy prices, PACAPIME Kft. will be able to, thanks to this new corrugator, use light-weight paper and produce corrugated board which can be transformed in environmental friendly, transport friendly and high quality packaging material at a reasonable price.
By using the latest technology we will be able to produce premium quality five layer cardboards, which can be used to the packaging of Hungarian products as well as items made for export.
PACAPIME Kft. has received 187.900.000 HUF non-refundable support in the project called, “Complex technological innovation of companies” (GOP-1.3.1-11/A-2011-0053), within the program New Széchenyi Plan Economic Development Operational Program. The project applies to the improvement of the production process of the light-weight paper on corrugator.
The total expense is 430.000.000 HUF
The purpose of the improvement is to create a production technology for a new product, which will be carried out at the Mórahalom factory site. This development is closely tied to the investments of the recent years. The goal is to consolidate the place of the company’s position in the market by new developments. The international trend is clearly tending toward to the use of light-weight paper, for instance it is the more environmentally friendly option and because it has a significant advantage on the price against the traditional procedures.
As a result of this project, a new corrugator technology will be introduced, which will use four types of innovation.
One of the innovations is that the pressure rolls used in the adhesive process will be replaced by a pressure belt system to avoid vibrations.
The second step is to optimize the wave profiles to make papers as resistant as possible.
The production process of the light-weight papers is rather heat sensitive, because of this we will replace the previously used cast iron sheets to new, thin peripherically heated thermal sheets.
For the fourth innovation of the corrugator technology a new steam and condensational system will be introduced, which will allow us to maintain a flexible pressure control in low pressure settings.