• Papierfabrik Palm, Wörth

The plant in Wörth, southwest Germany, is conveniently situated on an industrial site close to the motorways A 5 and A 65 as well as the river Rhine. The paper machine, PM6, which started up in 2002, has a capacity of 750,000 tonnes per annum and is the world's second largest machine in this field. To date, three world speed records have been achieved on this machine. This paper mill is one of the most efficient in the world.

The site has its own railway sidings and its own loading quay at the Rhine port. Since 2007 a company-owned power plant supplies the paper mill with its own steam and electricity produced on site.

Overview - Paper Machines

Paper Machines


Net Width

Annual Production


corrugated paper

10.30 m

750,000 tonnes


How is corrugated case material produced in Wörth?

In October 2020, Papierfabrik Palm at Wörth am Rhein hosted a German film production that recorded the process of corrugated case material production: starting with the delivery of waste paper, to the preparation of the raw material and the production of the corrugated case material in the paper machine and finally to its transport.

You can wath the report here:
(DMAX, Germany 24/7, Season 2, Episode 34)

These minutes are about Palm:

  0:00 min –   0:25 min
  4:05 min –   6:50 min
15:50 min – 17:55 min
25:23 min – 29:05 min
38:57 min – 40:05 min


Logo Papierfabrik Palm GmbH & Co. KG

Werk Wörth

Papierfabrik Palm GmbH & Co. KG
Am Oberwald 2
DE- 76744  Wörth am Rhein