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EcoCortec, a European subsidiary of Cortec Corp., announces the phase-three expansion of its Beli Manastir, Croatia plant.This expansion will double the company's manufacturing and warehousing capacities with this 3,000,000-euro investment. The new production hall will contain three new high-tech extrusion lines, confectioning line of VpCI papers, and warehouse for various Cortec products.
EcoCortec specializes in manufacturing Cortec Corp.'s innovative Vapor phase Corrosion Inhibitor (VpCI) films and offers customers complete converting, extruding and printing capabilities. The company manufactures films and bags according to customer specifications in terms of product size and performance, and are very flexible when it comes to order sizes and meeting special customer requests. Our products are tested in Cortec's ISO/IEC-17025 accredited laboratory.
The plant is located on a 10,000-square-meter site, which places this facility in an excellent geo-strategic location of Central Eastern Europe. This new expansion, with new state of the art equipment, is a confirmation of EcoCortec's leadership in the field of biodegradable films manufacturing in Europe.
The continuous expansion of production and procurement of new equipment is never really finished. By strengthening the plant’s position in the market, new requirements for equipment are growing every day. For this reason we are continuously widening our capacities.
The new production hall will also warehouse Bionetix products. Bionetix International; headquartered in Montreal, Canada is a wholly owned subsidiary of CortecCorp., in the business of manufacturing microbial based bio products. It is comprised of solid, proprietary technologies to produce biological waste treatment products that are used in thousands of applications and various industries throughout the world.
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