Hyne Timber to expand its glue laminated timber capability in Maryborough, Queensland

Market: Lumber
Posted October 12, 2018
Hyne Timber has announced a significant expansion to its Glue Laminated Timber (GLT) manufacturing capability in Maryborough, Queensland. Construction of the new plant is expected to commence within a matter of weeks, as the company says in the press release received by Lesprom Network.

The new state-of-the-art manufacturing plant will accompany the existing plant in Maryborough’s Industrial Estate which is now in its 40th year of production. Recruitment of a range of specialist roles will commence well ahead of plant commissioning, with more operational and specialist jobs created as production scales up.

The announcement also presents research and development opportunities for new, innovative products and solutions which wouldn’t have otherwise been commercially viable. A comprehensive research and development initiative is also underway with the support of research partner, the University of Queensland Centre for Future Timber Structures.

Hyne Timber will be releasing progress updates throughout the next few months as the new plant nears commissioning around mid-2019.

Hyne Timber is one of Australia’s largest producers of sawn timber products, a leader in preservative treatments and an iconic supplier to the Australian construction industry.




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