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Over €12 million Plyterra will pay Raute for new equipment

14 May 2019 ` 18:00  

Raute received an order for more than 12 million euros from Plyterra JSC.

The order includes drying lines and automatic repair of veneer, as well as lines for the set and lamination of plywood, which will be delivered to the plywood plant “Plyterra”, located in the village of Umet, Zubovo-Polyansky district of the Republic of Mordovia. The machines and equipment will be delivered within Q1 2020 and production on the new lines will start in the summer of 2020.

Cooperation between the companies “Plyterra” and Raute began in 2012. In 2018, the Finnish company supplied equipment for the peeling line.

Based on the materials of the Raute website

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