Posted 八月 29, 2016
Binderholz builds its 3rd cross laminated timber (CLT) plant to extend its large-format capacity at its Burgbernheim site in Germany. The works will become operational in December 2016, as the company says in the press release received by Lesprom Network.
During the winter months, the company also invested in extending product and factory assembly capacity at its main site in Unternberg, Austria. Following this investment, Binderholz Bausysteme (subsidiary of the Binderholz Group) now has a production capacity of 200,000 cubic metres of Binderholz CLT BBS.
Its comprehensive Europe-wide product sales and distribution coupled with comprehensive technical advice and service have established Binderholz as the expert with cutting-edge knowledge and expertise in solid wood building solutions. This expanded capacity will also meet the market growth in BBS generated in Australia, Singapore, the USA and Canada.
BSH production in Burgbernheim, Germany, will cease at the end of August. This volume will be compensated for by improvements and extensions at the Jenbach site in Austria and BSH production will increase to 280,000 cubic metres per year.