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February 17, 2015

Schweighofer starts operations at new glulam plant in Romania

After the test period the new Schweighofer glulam plant in Radauti (Romania) received the necessary JAS certificate (Japan Agriculture Standard) and went into operation in February.    BEAMs are made by glueing together strength-tested lamellas in a specially required structure, this ensures a homogene stability. They are used for horizontal applications in traditional Japanese wooden houses.    100.000 cbm JAS certified redwood BEAMs (standard E105-F300) will annually be produced in Radauti and exported to Japan.    As the company states in a press release, at present Holzindustrie Schweighofer ...

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