Honeywell Supplies Integrated Control System for ZhanJiang Chenming Pulp and Paper


Mar 24, 2011

Honeywell will supply the integrated control system for ZhanJiang Chenming Pulp and Paper Company’s new 700,000 ton-per-year pulp facility in China’s Guangdong Province. The integrated solution – which includes an array of Honeywell’s highest-profile technologies for the process industries – is expected to help Chenming increase its production while promoting the delivery of high-quality paper products.

Honeywell will provide its Experion Process Knowledge System (PKS), Da Vinci Quality Control System (QCS) and OptiVISION manufacturing execution system (MES) as part of the agreement. Additionally, Honeywell has agreed to provide its Safety Manager solution to manage safety subsystems at the site’s power generation and chemical facilities.

The ZhanJiang Chenming Pulp and Paper Co. is part of Shandong Chenming Paper Holdings Ltd. and specializes in a variety of paper products such as light-weight coated paper, duplex press paper, writing paper, news press paper and paperboard. The new facility is expected to be commissioned in the first half of 2011.

The integrated system’s advanced process control capabilities, for example, will help Chenming reduce additive costs and the amount of rework required for coatings and colors. Additionally, OptiVision will simplify order scheduling and overall workflow management.

The Da Vinci QCS system also enables online coating measurements, one of Chenming’s key requirements for this project. The system provides the industry's most comprehensive suite of online sensors combined with fast scanner and data processing speeds to deliver precise, high-resolution measurements.

For more information about Experion PKS, Da Vinci QCS, OptiVision MES, SMS and other Honeywell solutions that improve business performance in the pulp and paper industries, visit

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