Merino goes to DIEFFENBACHER for its Particle Board line

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Merino Industries Ltd. has ordered a particleboard line from German machine and plant manufacturer DIEFFENBACHER. Construction of the new plant is scheduled to start shortly at Merino’s new site in Halol, Gujarat.

“Particleboard production is new to us. That’s why it was crucial for us to find partners who not only support us with state-of-the-art technology but also with their expertise in production and process know-how,” said Merino’s Managing Director Mr. Prakash Lohia. “We are glad to have found such a partner in DIEFFENBACHER.”Sachin Pendharkar, Managing Director of DIEFFENBACHER India, added,“We are excited to partner with Merino as it enters an allied business domain. Together, we will make sure they get off to a great start in particle board manufacturing.”

In addition toa CPS+ continuous press, Merino ordered a chipping line and flake preparation, forming station and forming line, press emission control system and raw board handling and the pneumatic transport and exhaust system with all necessary safety equipment. The order also includes the drum dryer and Lukki raw board storage system. MyDIEFFENBACHER, DIEFFENBACHER’s digital service solutions platform consisting of the ticket and messaging app MyMessenger, the MyParts online spare parts catalog and the condition monitoring solution MyCockpit, is also included. In addition, DIEFFENBACHER is responsible for the plant electrics and automation and the engineering of the complete plant.

“We can’t wait to roll out our new particle board plant operations together with DIEFFENBACHER. This initiative is a big step in our efforts to continually enhance our business capabilities and reinforce our position as a leading company in the surfacing solutions industry,” concluded Mr. Prakash Lohia.

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