Woodsafe invests in modern capacity facility 

Building with tree and timber is booming in Scandinavia and Europe despite the prevailing pandemic and growth in the timber industry still looks strong. To meet sharply increased demand from the Nordic countries and the European market, Woodsafe has continuously invested in state-of-the art facilities and is today totally Co2 neutral with solar energy.

The Swedish company are investing in a hyper-modern new kiln-dryer from Valutec. The new drying plant is the first step in a multi-step program to meet higher demand for its services. For several years Woodsafe has invested in increased capacity and streamlined production and are very pleased that we have established a collaboration with Valutec.

“Woodsafe has big future plans and just like Valutec we are leading companies in our businesses. Therefore it feels extra fun to be part of their continued expansion.” says Robert Larsson CEO of Valutec.

The dryer plant that Woodsafe is investing in is a chamber kiln-dryer that Is built in stainless steel and is equipped with pressure frames for minimal deformation of the upperlayers of the wooden product.

“Width and depth are little out of the ordinary and are based entirely on reflection capacity as all projects more or less differ from each other,” says Stefan Hedqvist Production Manager at Woodsafe.

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