TECBOARD starts running an innovative production line

Tecboard, manufacturer of lightweight, innovative production boards made of fiber-reinforced plastics material, has expanded its production line by a high-performance hot plate welding machine. This was a necessary step as to be able to meet the sharply climbing demand in the market also in future on schedule. As stated by the company, they are in the position to manufacture up to 140,000 Tecboard production boards per year on just one production line.
The first concrete block machine in Germany that is completely furnished with the boards will be commissioned in March 2012 according to the...

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