South West | Industry, manufacturing

Apsheronsk Wood Mill put $3.5m into ‘Latoflex’ playwood

20 Mar '08
The Apsheronsk Wood Mill in the Krasnodar region is looking to soon start up production on Latoflex for $3.5m. Latoflex is a material made from plywood that can be used in place of springs.

Besides this information, Andrey Kravchenko, head of the industrial sector in the region also revealed to Interfax-South that the enterprise will have an annual capacity of 600,000 cubic metres of production.
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Locations: Krasnodarsky kray

Tags: Krasnodar region (70) / latoflex (0) / Apsheronsk Wood Mill (0) / Andrey Kravchenko (0) /

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