Kadant received two orders for its wood processing equipment

Posted March 31, 2016
Mar 31, 2016. /Lesprom Network/. Kadant Inc. received two orders for its wood processing equipment with a combined total of approximately $5 million. The orders included multiple batch feeding systems and strander systems for OSB (oriented strand board) producers in France and Malaysia, as the company said in the press release received by Lesprom Network.

The strander and batch infeed systems are expected to be delivered and commissioned in the second half of 2016.

“We are pleased to be awarded these new orders from major OSB producers in Europe and Asia,” said Jonathan W. Painter, president and CEO of Kadant. “Both of these orders represent important growth opportunities for Kadant. The order in Malaysia reinforces the increasing acceptance of OSB as an economical alternative to plywood for applications such as construction, furniture, and packaging while the order in Europe represents an opportunity to grow our market share as European customers value the safe and reliable operation of our equipment.”

Kadant Carmanah Design, based in Surrey, British Columbia, is the global leader in the supply of technology and equipment used in the manufacture of strands for production of oriented strand board (OSB) and other engineered wood products. Kadant Carmanah Design is a division of Kadant Inc. subsidiary Kadant Canada Corp.



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