Thien Lam Dat JSC orders complete MDF plant from Dieffenbacher

Signing ceremony took place at Dieffenbacher’sLigna booth in Hanover


On the second day of Ligna 2017, Vietnam-based Thien Lam Dat JSC and Dieffenbacher sealed the deal for a complete MDF plant in BacGiang, about 50 km east of Hanoi.


“We began to plant fast-growing tree plantations with the objective of producing wood-based panels 11 years ago. During the years we have visited more than 30 plants in Europe to study the technology and find the right supplier for our project. This long journey consequently resulted in our partnership with Dieffenbacher, which we are very proud to announce today here at the Dieffenbacher booth,” said Mr. Dang Quoc Lich (Chairman of the Board, Thien Lam Dat JSC) during the signing ceremony. Mr. Christian Dieffenbacher (Member of the Board of Management, Dieffenbacher) added: “We are happy that all our efforts were rewarded. I am sure that it will be a very fruitful cooperation and that the new MDF plant will be a great success for Thien Lam Dat.”


According to Mr.Lich, it was very important for Thien Lam Dat that all of the equipment willbe manufactured in Europe. The core of the plant will be the CPS+ press system. The scope of supply includes the complete production line, from the wood yard throughthe strapping and packing line as well as an energy plant.


The raw material for the MDF production will come from Thien Lam Dat’s plantations and will be mostly acacia wood. Start-up of the plant is planned for mid-2018.


Image: Signing ceremony at Ligna 2017 in Hanover. From left: Christian Dieffenbacher (Member of the Board of Management, Dieffenbacher) and Dang Quoc Lich (Chairman of the Board, Thien Lam Dat JSC).


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