Russian birch plywood producer "Sveza" has invested 6.5 million rubles in launching the third chipping line at its Kostroma plant. The new line will make it possible to reduce raw material costs and the number of production losses, the company's press service told the Made in Russia project.
"The launch of this equipment solves several tasks at once: it allows the mill to get significant savings in raw material costs by reducing the rate of raw material consumption, increases production efficiency and reduces the amount of production waste," the report says.
It is to be noted that owing to the new equipment, the plant will be able to save up to 1.5 thousand cubic meters of raw materials a year.
The new line is the third one in a row at the Kostroma plant. The first one was opened three years ago. Over this time the plant has processed 12 thousand cubic meters of timber which used to be taken as production waste.
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Author: Ksenia Gustova