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Pöyry awarded EPCM services assignments for sodium-chlorate plant in Brazil  

By Gerald Ondrey |

Kemira Oyj (Helsinki; www.kemira.com) has awarded Pöyry Oyj (Vantaa, both Finland; www.poyry.fi) with assignments for EPCM (engineering, procurement and construction management) services for a sodium chlorate plant in Brazil. The EPCM assignments relate to the new sodium-chlorate plant that Kemira is building to serve the Brazilian markets, and in particular the plant will serve Klabin S.A.’s new 1.5-million ton/yr pulp mill. Sodium chlorate is used as a component in the bleaching process in the manufacturing of bleached pulp. The assignments follow on from the pre-studies performed by Pöyry during 2012–2014.The EPCM services started in May 2014 and are scheduled to last until the start-up of the sodium chlorate plant in the first half of 2016.  
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