The brochure of the Consolidated Financial Statements 2022 of ICT Group is now available
In the “Download Area” section of the website, you can now find the brochure relating to the Consolidated Financial Statements 2022.
ICT is committed to reducing plastic consumption
Increasing attention to the environment has led the ICT Group to adopt innovative policies also in the field of packaging with a focus on the use of plastic.
The project is based on 4 areas of intervention:
- Use of mono-material and recyclable packaging
- Packaging optimisation from product design
- Progressive introduction of recycled plastics
- Transparent communication to customers and consumers through labels
These initiatives have enabled Italian plants alone to reduce plastic consumption by more than 400,000 kg from 2019 to 2022,
estimating a reduction in emissions of about 2,400,000 kg CO2eq*, equivalent to about 2,800 flights between New York and London.
*According to an average European emission of 6 kg CO2eq x kg of plastic produced
The ICT Group at the Tissue World 2023
From 28-30 March, ICT Group is pleased to announce its presence at the Tissue World Trade Show in Düsseldorf. The event will take place for the first time in Germany.
Tissue World is the world's leading trade fair for the tissue sector and will bring together industry professionals.
Come visit our Booth F/30 - Hall 8 to discover more about our products!
PM2 and PM4 energy efficiency improvement interventions
At the Italian plants in Piano della Rocca and Piano di Coreglia, a number of significant energy efficiency measures were completed on PM2 and PM4 machines respectively.
Two interventions involved the installation of a system blowing hot air, recovered downstream from other processes, onto the paper sheet before it reaches the nip area between the suction press and the Yankee dryer. By heating the paper sheet, the viscosity of the water it contains is reduced and thus drainage is more effective. Both interventions ensure a reduction in electrical and thermal energy with consequent lower CO2 emissions.
Another intervention consisted in increasing the efficiency of the approach system by replacing the existing fan pumps with new, accurately sized pumps. In addition, latest generation motors and inverters were installed in replacement of the previous feeding system. As expected in the project phase, the adopted solution saves a considerable amount of electricity and, as a result, reduces CO2 emissions for the production of paper.