New product

Wasa GmbH supplements production board portfolio

In autumn 2011, the market leader by their own account in the field of production boards – Wasa GmbH – introduces its latest product: the Wasa Woodplast®. The production board optionally made of a softwood or hardwood core and a polyurethane coating, that is extremely impact resistant and resisting to failure, supplements the product range by another cate­gory of production boards offered by the company based in Southern Hesse and Thuringia (Germany).

“We are a full-range trader and have always regarded ourselves as such. It was therefore just logical to add the Wasa Woodplast®  in order to supplement our wide range of products by a board coated with plastic,” states Heinz Bechtold, managing partner of Wasa GmbH. Owing to the know-how gained for more than 30 years in manufacturing production boards, Wasa has always been in the position to respond to individual customer demands. “The most efficient product, however, is and will remain the glass fiber reinforced Wasa Uniplast® Ultra. But not every customer is willing or able to bear an...

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