EcoCortec commences operations of new converting line at its Croatian plant

5 November 2015 (Last Updated November 5th, 2015 18:30)

EcoCortec has started operations of a new converting line for zip lock and heat sealing bags at its production facility in Croatia.

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EcoCortec has started operations of a new converting line for zip lock and heat sealing bags at its production facility in Croatia.

The installation aims to increase the plant's production capacity as the firm plans to grow its business without compromising its service standards.

The commissioned converting line has the capacity to produce films with a width ranging from 80mm to 680mm, and a depth of 80mm to 700mm with thickness between 50 microns and 200 microns.

Installation of the new pallet racking system with up to 188 pallet spaces helped the firm increase its warehousing capacity at the facility.

"EcoCortec is currently in the third phase of the facility's planned construction."

EcoCortec is currently in the third phase of the facility's planned construction.

The ongoing development phase includes a new production hall with three extrusion lines, branding of vapor phase corrosion inhibitor (VpCI) paper and storage of Cortec chemical products, the firm said.

The bioplastic manufacturer specialises in the production of Cortec's VpCI films, which is an important product for the corrosion protection business. Produced goods from the company is forwarded to all European and Asian countries.

Cortec ensures the quality of EcoCortec deliveries at its ISO/IEC-17025 accredited laboratory.


Image: Films produced through the new equipment will have a width ranging from 80mm to 680mm. Photo: courtesy of EcoCortec.