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New production line for Valéron Strength Films

January 7, 2014

The new specialty film is designed to offer superior strength, tear and puncture resistance.

Valéron Strength Films has announced the development and installation of its new film extrusion line. The new blow line was incorporated to improve overall manufacturing efficiencies and produce even better film.

“We built the line to produce higher quality film with significant improvements in accuracy and efficiency- improving our ranking of good manufacturing practices and clean production processes,” says Luc Geven, system engineer, Valéron. “In short, the new production line only brings advantages.”

The newly produced specialty film is designed to offer superior strength, tear and puncture resistance and is ideal for applications throughout the construction, packaging, tag and label and other specialized industrial markets. In addition, the blow line will further enable Valéron to create new products to meet current and future market needs where quality, flexibility and durability are increasingly important.

"The strength of Valéron is its capability to innovate today’s performance film segment, starting from a product that Valéron knows and masters better than anyone else: our cross-laminated film. It is our mission to constantly improve its quality in order to create new capabilities,” says Umesh Mishra, general manager, Valéron Strength Films. “I gladly invite our partners to join us in the search for new solutions. With the cross-laminated film quality of today we are perfectly prepared for new markets, new developments and new challenges.”

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