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Rom Paper: leading the charge towards a greener future, one tissue at a time!

Picture of a machine that produces paper© Photo: Screenshot from RomPaper video testimonial
Established in 2002, RomPaper has evolved into a leading manufacturer of hygienic and sanitary paper products in Romania. In 2016, it became a part of the Vrancart Group, accelerating its growth and market position. Committed to making quality products and coming up with new ideas, RomPaper is leading a big project to make its production process more eco-friendly. By investing in state-of-the-art technology, the company seeks to enhance competitiveness while reducing environmental impact. This initiative underscores Rom Paper's dedication to sustainability and sets a new standard in the industry, marking a milestone in its 20-year history.

Rom Paper is embarking on a transformative journey to revolutionize paper tissue manufacturing. With a focus on sustainability and innovation, the company is set to acquirecutting-edge production lines, marking a significant milestone in its 20-year history. This strategic move not only boosts production capacity but also aligns with Rom Paper's commitment to environmental stewardship.

The project'scoreobjective is to minimize paperwaste and decrease environmental footprint. By replacing existing production lines with state-of-the-art machinery, Rom Paper aims to streamline operations, enhance efficiency, and reduce manual intervention. The new production lines boast innovative features such as automatic interfolding, conveyor systems, and advanced vacuum technology, setting new standards for the industry.

Rom Paper ensures a smooth transition to greener practices by carefully managing the project and seeking help from external consultants. The investment in innovative technology not only enhances production capabilities but also contributes to significant reductions in CO2 emissions and energy consumption. By the year-end of 2024, Rom Paper anticipates a substantial decrease in CO2 emissions, from 201,36 tonnes in 2019 to 181,16 tonnes. Simultaneously, energy consumption is projected to decrease from 658,04 megawatt-hour to 592,04 megawatt-hour over the same period. Additionally, the company estimates it will annually collect 200 tonnes of paper waste by the end of 2024 for re-use or recycling. These figures underscore Rom Paper's commitment to measurable environmental improvements and sustainable business practices. 

Furthermore, the project underscores Rom Paper's commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. By leveraging advanced technology, the company aims to deliver superior products while meeting the evolving needs of its clientele. The strategic partnership with Innovation Norway and the EEA and Norway Grants financial mechanism underscores Rom Paper's dedication to fostering sustainable business practices and driving positive change.

Rom Paper's transformative project epitomizes the power of innovation in driving sustainable growth. With a focus on reducing environmental impact and enhancing competitiveness, the company sets a new benchmark for the paper tissue manufacturing industry. Through strategic partnerships and forward-thinking initiatives, Rom Paper paves the way for a greener future while redefining industry standards.

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