KastamonuEntegre commissions Dieffenbacher to relocate plant from France to Bulgaria

Former Darbo plant will be moved to GornoSahrane as a replacement investment 

 

In March 2017, the Turkish wood-based materials manufacturer KastamonuEntegre purchased a particleboard plant from the insolvent estate of the French company Darbo. The plant will be relocated to the Kastamonu site in GornoSahrane, where it will replace a multi-daylight plant that is more than 30 years old.

 

Dieffenbacher will undertake the relocation of the plant, consisting of forming station, forming line, pre-press and a 42.4m long CPS. The contract also includes a modernization and optimization package as well as a completely new plant control system.

 

The plant was commissioned in 1996 and received a press extension in 2000. Its production of about 580,000 m³ of particleboard per year will significantly expand Kastamonu’s production capacity in Bulgaria and strengthen its presence in the Eastern European market.

 

The plant in France has already been dismantled. Re-commissioning at the new site is scheduled for the beginning of 2019.

 

With the plant in GornoSahrane, KastamonuEntegre now operates a total of four plants with continuous presses from Dieffenbacher.

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