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History of the site Dunaújváros

Cornerstones

1962 as first step to the paper industry complex, the straw pulp mill began its operation
1966 the first run of PM 1
1967 the first run of PM 2
1976 the first run of PM 3 for brown paper the corrugator went into operation, with this step the paper industry complex became complete
1990 foundation of Dunapack Ltd, ownership structure: 60% Hungarian State, 40% Prinzhorn Group
1995 the Prinzhorn Group gained full ownership in Dunapack Ltd
2007 Establishing Hamburger Hungaria Ltd, November 9th – laying the foundation stone of the new paper mill for PM 7
2008 October 14th – topping out ceremony of the new paper mill
2008 "Investors of the Year" award
2009 July – startup of PM7
2012 The 1st million tons of paper produced on PM7
2013 Receiving the Hungarian environmental award "Ökoindustra"
2014 February 19th - Prinzhorn Group Hungary is the first environmental company, that signs strategic partnership agreement with the Hungarian Government
2014 May 21st - Foundation stone laying ceremony of the power plant in Dunaújváros
2015 modernization of PM7, the maximum speed increased to 1.500 m/minute (from 1.400 m/min.)
2016 10th June – Opening ceremony and startup of the state-of-the-art power plant
2016 reconstruction of PM3, that resulted very high, 95,6% and stable time efficiency
2016 technology development of the effluent treatment plant in order to ensure stable clean water quality
2017 unprecedented production capacity record of 714.500 tons/year on PM3 and PM7 together
2018 from May – the factory has the capacity to fully and steadily cover its energy requirements with power generated by itself
2019 January – monthly production peak of 44.131 tons/month, 14th January – daily production record of 1.830 tons/day, both on PM7