CNC International Company, Ltd. is adding a 24,000-ton nonwovens production line, the company’s vice president, Karun Sitthiampornphan has announced. Representing an annual capacity of 24,000 tons, the new multibeam, composite line will feature Reicofil IV technology.
The new line, which will be fully operational in late 2014, will be housed in a new production site located near CNC’s existing facility in the Rayong province of Thailand. The new line will enable CNC to make a variety of valued-added spunbond/ SMS nonwovens. In addition, the new facility will be equipped with robot packaging, allowing of no hand contact to nonwovens roll goods, enhancing of high-end hygienic application with consistency high quality of nonwovens roll goods.
CNC is owned by the CPPC Group, which falls under the umbrella of Charoen Pokphand Group (CP), the largest agriculture-based conglomerate in Thailand. Prior to this expansion, CNC makes two line with a capacity of 15,000 tons per year.
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Published January 21, 2013