Jinhai Pulp Mill

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Jinhai Pulp Mill
(Hainan Jinhai Pulp and Paper Industry Co., Ltd.)
TypeNGO
IndustryPulp and paper
FoundedNovember 2004[1]
HeadquartersYangpu Economic Development Zone, Hainan, China
Number of locations1
Employees1,600[2]
ParentAsia Pulp & Paper[3]
 
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Jinhai Pulp Mill
(Hainan Jinhai Pulp and Paper Industry Co., Ltd.)
TypeNGO
IndustryPulp and paper
FoundedNovember 2004[1]
HeadquartersYangpu Economic Development Zone, Hainan, China
Number of locations1
Employees1,600[2]
ParentAsia Pulp & Paper[3]

The Jinhai Pulp Mill also known as Hainan Jinhai Pulp and Paper is the largest pulp mill in China, and the world´s largest single-line pulp mill.

Located on a 4 km2. area in Yangpu Economic Development Zone, the mill uses the Hainan PM 2, the world's largest paper machine.[4]

Using nine large presses,[5] the mill has a capacity of 1,200,000 metric tons per year.[6][7]

The first phase of the project involved an investment of 10.2 billion RMB.[2]

The mill produces hardwood kraft paper using roughly equal volumes of fibre from Eucalyptus grandis and Acacia crassicarpa sourced largely from Asia Pulp and Paper’s 233,300 hectare plantation forests located on Hainan island, with additional pulp imported from Indonesia, Cambodia, and Vietnam.[1]

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Coordinates: 19°46′23″N 109°10′31″E / 19.773172°N 109.175177°E / 19.773172; 109.175177