New prospects in Virton

The new Burgo Ardennes website is online

Burgo Ardennes has launched its own website, dedicated to offering a more detailed view of the plant in Belgium, its structure and production process, alongside its employment opportunities.

Burgo Ardennes is the Burgo Group paper mill located in Virton, Belgium, specializing in coated paper production. The launch of the new website has the primary intents of sharing the prominent production activity of Burgo Ardennes, also at a local level, and highlighting the professional positions available at the plant.

The Burgo Ardennes plant consists of two production units: one for chemical pulp and the other for the production of wood-free coated paper, a crucial segment of Burgo's portfolio of fine papers.

Located in the heart of the Gaume in southeastern Belgium, the plant is one of the main economic actors in the region.

Currently, Burgo Ardennes employs over 700 people, producing every year over 400,000 tons of chemical pulp and over 380,000 tons of high-end coated paper for the advertising and publishing sectors.

Most of the chemical pulp produced in the plant is used on site for paper production, while the remainder either supplies the other Burgo Group plants or is sold to external paper mills.

The production of coated paper is marketed for 85% in sheets and 15% in reels.

The organization of the plant allows to promptly and effectively satisfy customer requests: thanks to the stock of semi-finished and finished products, Burgo Ardennes guarantees the delivery to European destinations in less than 48 hours.

Alongside the 10 plants located in Italy, the Virton plant  contributes not only to Burgo Group's production capacity, but also to its vocation to offer a true added value to its customers by guaranteeing consistent quality in services and solutions.

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