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Advanced Engineering 2018

JEC Review: Bond-Laminates Triples Production Capacities

02 April 2006

The high demand for materials has led Bond-Laminates to increase its production capacities with an additional line with a width of 850 mm and a capacity of 800 tons/year, from early 2007.

Business for Bond-Laminates is currently running breaking records, especially orders from the automotive industry and for their Tepex dynalite Glass/PA6, which is used in customer-specific laminates for applications such as sporting goods, security shoes, electronics and orthopaedic industries.

Bond-Laminates has already installed a 620 mm wide production system with a capacity of 400 tons/year. Bond-Laminates will put into operation in early 2007 a line with a width of 850 mm and a capacity of 800 tons/year. Bond-Laminates will be well prepared for the planned future growth over the next years.






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