A.Celli Paper S.p.A.

A.Celli Group: supplying technology, innovations and complete services to the tissue, flat papers and cardboard and nonwovens markets

A.Celli Paper and A.Celli Nonwovens are two internationally renowned companies headquartered in Lucca that have been present in the global paper and nonwovens markets with top-range technological solutions for over 70 years.

Author: TissueMAG

In 2003, cousins Mauro Celli and Alessandro Celli – who today serve as presidents of the two companies – decided to restructure the family company founded by Alvaro Celli in 1944. The idea was to create two specific companies – A.Celli Paper S.p.A. and A.Celli Nonwovens S.p.A., the first dedicated to tissue, flat papers and cardboard and the second to nonwovens. A continuous growth that set the foundations for the creation of the A.Celli Group, opening the way to major development in terms of visibility and results for both business areas.

The Group’s strategy was to transition from a culture entirely focused on mechanical production to one focused on being a centre of excellence and expertise, aimed at ensuring customers the best results in terms of performance, innovation, quality and optimisation of investments. And all based on the establishment of long-term relationships and partnerships and intense R&D activities.

The A.Celli companies are consistently dedicated to anticipating customers’ needs, differentiating themselves for being flexible, young and dynamic companies, and for the high degree of design automation of its machinery.

 

A turnkey tissue plant.

 

It is important to underscore the attention placed on the “baby-sitting” phase during machine installation, designed to offer qualified and specialized support to the customer from start-up all the way to the exit of the finished product from the machine. In addition to its Italian offices, the A.Celli Group is present in Istanbul, Turkey (A.Celli Turkey), in Asia, with a division in Shanghai, China (A.Celli Shanghai Machinery Co. Ltd.), and in the Americas, in Concord, NC, USA (A.Celli International Inc.).

» Covered surface area: the A.Celli Group, with its two production facilities in Tassignano and Rughi (Lucca), totals an overall covered surface area of 25,000 m2.

» Number of employees: the A.Celli Group counts a staff of over 225 people.

» Turnover: overall turnover for A.Celli Paper S.p.A. and A.Celli Nonwovens S.p.A. is 100 million Euro, with an export figure of over 95% in about 46 countries all over the world.

 

With A.Celli Paper, the customer is assisted in every project: step by step, side by side

 

E-WIND tissue rewinder.
A Steel Yankee Dryer.

A.Celli Paper

A.Celli Paper S.p.A., whose CEO is Mario Fazzi, is specialized in technologically advanced system solutions for complete turnkey plants, in the manufacture and rebuilding of Tissue Paper Machines with a daily production capacity from 30 to 260 tonnes, rewinders for tissue and flat papers and cardboard and roll handling with a flexible packaging systens to adapt and be integrated into different production capability. The innovative MySp@res® system and the 24/7 post-sales assistance service complete A.Celli’s offer.

 

Tissue rewinder pre-assembly-papnews
Tissue rewinder pre-assembly.

 

The A.Celli Paper, leaving behind a culture oriented only towards mechanical production in order to successfully become an evolved technical hub whose main goal is to guarantee its customers the best results in terms of performance, innovation, quality and optimization of investments.

 

Four facilities worldwide for a global coverage

 

Focusing on long-term partnerships and on an intense R&D activity, the Group is today a global reference in its fields. And as a solid demonstration of this commitment, the Group’s R&D department has recently developed a new patent for the Steel Yankee: a new manufacturing technology allows the entire shell to be forged from a single piece of steel with no welds, and it can be used for all diameters on a single wire (3m), while for twin-wire (6m) only the circumferential weld is necessary. The elimination of welds sensibly reduces mechanical issues while at the same time guaranteeing greater solidity and improved heat transmission.

The A.Celli Group global presence counts 979 installed units, among which 74 tissue machines – 9 of which are turn-key projects – 183 tissue and paper rewinders and 75 handling systems.

 

Tissue machine pre-assembly.

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