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Timberlink selects new CLT and GLT equipment supplier

18 September 2020

Timberlink Australia is pleased to announce that following an extensive international review, Danish based Kallesoe Machinery A/S has been selected as the manufacturing equipment supplier for Timberlink’s planned Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) and Glue Laminated Timber (GLT) plant.

Working alongside Timberlink, Kallesoe will supply and commission a turnkey solution providing plant design, manufacturing equipment and installation, supported by a fully integrated manufacturing software platform.

Timberlink Australia Chief Executive Officer Ian Tyson said, “this world leading technology provides the latest capabilities in CLT/GLT production and will place Timberlink at the forefront of supply capability in the Australian and Oceania region.”

Mr Tyson added “we are very pleased to be partnering with Kallesoe in implementing a globally competitive, innovative technology, scale plant, that can meet the needs of a growing and dynamic mass timber construction market. This investment supports the significant recent investments that Timberlink has made in our sawmills, to increase output and to ensure we are a sustainable and growing business”.

The location of the plant is expected to be finalised in the next few weeks.

Source: Timberlink

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