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  • Stora Enso is the global paper, packaging and wood products company producing newsprint and book paper, magazine paper, fine paper, consumer board, industrial packaging and wood products. In addition to Building and Living the company has three other business areas:PRINTING AND READINGStora Enso Printing and Reading is a world-class responsible supplier of renewable paper solutions for print media and office use. Its customers – publishers, retailers, printing houses, merchants, converters and office suppliers among others – are served with products that best fit their purpose. The offering includes newsprint, book paper, super-calendered magazine paper, coated paper and office paper that are used for example in newspapers and supplements, books, magazines, brochures, notebooks, art books and an office environment. BIOMATERIALSStora Enso Biomaterials offers a variety of pulp grades to meet the demands of paper, board and tissue producers. Biomaterials operates the Nordic stand-alone pulp mills Enocell and Sunila in Finland, and Skutskär in Sweden, as well as the joint ventures Veracel in Brazil and Montes del Plata in Uruguay with corresponding plantations. Biomaterials also runs the plantations in Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil, the trial plantations in Laos, and the Pulp Competence Centre and the Biorefinery in Europe.RENEWABLE PACKAGINGStora Enso Renewable Packaging offers fibre-based packaging materials and innovative packaging solutions for consumer goods and industrial applications. Renewable Packaging operates throughout the value chain, from pulp production to production of materials and packaging, to recycling. Renewable Packaging is expanding in growth markets such as China, India and Pakistan to meet the rising demand in these markets. Renewable Packaging plans to build an integrated board and pulp mill in Guangxi in southern China. Find Stora Enso’s complete general presentation: https://services-and-guidelines.weshare.storaenso.com/presentations/key-facts/Pages/key-facts.aspx 
  • Clt mtb seminar_presentation_three

    1. 1. CLT AND MASSIVE TIMBER SEMINARSydney 18 June 2013Erkki ValikangasStora Enso Timber Australia
    2. 2. Stora Enso in brief• 11.8 million tons of paper and board, 1.3 billion m2 of corrugated packaging• 5.8 million m3 of sawn wood products and processed wood products• Sales 2012 EUR10.8billion• Approximately 28 000 employees in more than 35 countries• Largest CLT producer in the world• Stora Enso Timber Australia Pty Ltd was incorporated in 2005Stora Enso is global paper, packaging and wood products company producingnewsprint and book paper, magazine paper, fine paper, consumer board, industrialpackaging and wood products.June 2013CLT AND MASSIVE TIMBER SEMINAR 2Biomaterials Printing andReadingRenewablePackagingBuilding andLiving
    3. 3. CLT PROCUREMENT PROCESSJune 2013CLT AND MASSIVE TIMBER SEMINAR 3• Good CLT design starts at the very beginning – the project must bedesigned with CLT in mind rather than changing CLT to fit existingdesign• Things to consider;– Panel sizes vs. manufacturer’s standard production sizes– ‘nesting’ i.e. optimisation of the panels in relation to the‘master’ panels => minimise waste– Top lamella orientation and quality– Handling on site, including building sequence– Logistics
    4. 4. CLT PROCUREMENT PROCESSPanel sizes and panel optimisation (nesting)June 2013CLT AND MASSIVE TIMBER SEMINAR 4Manufacturer Max Length, m Max Width, m Thickness, mm22.00m 3.50m 60 - 200mm24.00m 1.25m 60 - 280mmKLH 16.50m 2.95m 57 - 500mmLignotrend 18.00m 0.625m 143 - 302mmMayer Melnhof-Kaufmann 16.50m 3.00m 57 - 278mmMerkle Holz 18.00m 0.60m or 0.72m 80 - 300mmStora Enso Building Solutions 16.00m 2.95m 60 - 400mmBinder Holz- Panel production sizes vary between manufacturers- Engineers at the mill will optimise the cuttingpatterns to maximise the yield from the ‘master’panel
    5. 5. CLT PROCUREMENT PROCESSPanel sizes and panel optimisationJune 2013CLT AND MASSIVE TIMBER SEMINAR 5• Top lamella orientation differentbetween wall and floor panels• Typical qualities;– Non visible– Industrial Visible– Visible• Door and window openings etccan be cut as requiredWall panelFloor panel
    6. 6. CLT PROCUREMENT PROCESSBuilding sequenceJune 2013CLT AND MASSIVE TIMBER SEMINAR 6labelElementbezeichnungorder ofloadingVerl.-RF LKW-Nrdescription of product(WW: can contain RW)(RW: can contain WW)Produktbezeichnung[cm] [cm]sequence05WA_W0_31 264 2 CLT 150 INV L5S WW C24 SAN 834.0 215.0 3105WA_W0_32 263 2 CLT 150 INV L5S WW C24 SAN 834.0 225.0 3205WA_W0_33 261 2 CLT 150 NVI L5S WW C24 SAN 834.0 225.0 3305WA_W0_36 269 2 CLT 150 NVI L5S WW C24 SAN 834.0 122.5 3605WA_W0_37 262 2 CLT 150 NVI L5S WW C24 SAN 834.0 122.5 3705WA_W0_38 262 2 CLT 150 NVI L5S WW C24 SAN 830.0 40.0 3805WA_W0_34 259 3 CLT 150 NVI L5S WW C24 SAN 834.0 225.0 3405WA_W0_35 260 3 CLT 150 NVI L5S WW C24 SAN 834.0 215.0 3505WA_W0_39 258 3 CLT 150 NVI L5S WW C24 SAN 834.0 225.0 3905WA_W0_40 257 3 CLT 150 INV L5S WW C24 SAN 834.0 225.0 4005WA_W0_41 256 3 CLT 150 INV L5S WW C24 SAN 834.0 225.0 4105WA_W0_42 255 3 CLT 150 INV L5S WW C24 SAN 834.0 215.0 42
    7. 7. CLT PROCUREMENT PROCESSLifting on siteJune 2013CLT AND MASSIVE TIMBER SEMINAR 7
    8. 8. CLT PROCUREMENT PROCESSLogisticsJune 2013CLT AND MASSIVE TIMBER SEMINAR 8
    9. 9. CLT PROCUREMENT PROCESSLogisticsJune 2013CLT AND MASSIVE TIMBER SEMINAR 9- CONTAINER SHIPMENT- BREAK BULK SHIPMENT
    10. 10. • Pre-carriage from the factory to a sea port either bytruck or train• CLT can be loaded either horizontally or vertically,subject to local road/rail restrictions• There are several container lines sailing from Europeto SEA; typically containers to Australia aretranshipped either at Singapore, Malaysia or HongKong• Delivery time 7-14 days from stuffing the containers atthe mill to sailing from an European port• Sailing time 50 – 60 daysJune 2013CLT AND MASSIVE TIMBER SEMINARCLT PROCUREMENT PROCESSLogistics10
    11. 11. CLT PROCUREMENT PROCESSLogisticsJune 2013CLT AND MASSIVE TIMBER SEMINAR40” high cube boxInside measuresL = 12.036mW = 2.350mH = 2.697mDoor W = 2.340mDoor H = 2.577mMax load 26.5t40” open boxInside measuresL = 12.028mW = 2.350mH = up to 4mMax load 26.6t40” flat rackInside measuresL = 12.080mW = 2.126mH = 2.043mMax load 39tPlease note container dimensions may vary between shipping lines and container series11
    12. 12. • 21/90 day rule; all timber usedfor the CLT manufacture andpackaging must comply withcurrent AQIS regulations; sealedcontainers must be shippedwithin 21 days fromphytosanitary inspection andarrive in Australia within 90 daysfrom despatch• Phytosanitary Certificaterequired for each container• All containers subject to randomAQIS inspection• All imports are subject to• 5% import duty• Wood levy $0.37/m3June 2013CLT AND MASSIVE TIMBER SEMINARCLT PROCUREMENT PROCESSImport formalities12
    13. 13. • Risk transfer and import/exportoblications depend on chosen deliveryterms (INCOTERMS)• Container unloading• Delivery to siteJune 2013CLT AND MASSIVE TIMBER SEMINARCLT PROCUREMENT PROCESSRisks, Insurance, Distribution13
    14. 14. June 2013CLT AND MASSIVE TIMBER SEMINAR 14

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