“CNC TIMBER-EVOLUTION DAYS” FIRST EDITION A GREAT SUCCESS

Advanced CNC technologies, new projects and a clear market growth have contributed to the success of the SCM open house dedicated to wooden housing solutions Rimini  – On October 12 to 13, in the splendid Tuscan autumn setting of the SCM Sinalunga plant, a number of companies and technological partners from the wooden construction industries in Japan, France, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Finland, Portugal, Denmark and Italy have assembled in order to learn first-hand about the latest developments in Oikos and Area CNC machining centres. Over 50 companies flocked to the first edition of the SCM open-house dedicated to constructors of large…

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German Design Award 2017 for BauBuche high-tech timber

Furniture made from BauBuche beech laminated veneer lumber wins first prize in “Materials” category After years where steel, glass, imitation timber and polymers came top, we see a return to basics in the 21st century, with a focus on natural materials, durability and sustainability. The German Design Award in the “Materials” category for BauBuche furniture confirms this trend. BauBuche is a high-tech material made from locally sourced beech lumber. BauBuche is suitable for timber constructions, interior design elements and furniture. The beech logs are rotation-peeled in an innovative process and the veneer layers are glued together under pressure. The resulting…


EGGER presents a stable half-year financial statement

Turnover +10% for EBITDA on previous year The EGGER Group, with headquarters in St. Johann in Tirol (AT), has completed the first half of its financial year 2016/2017 (reference date the 31st October 2016) with a consolidated turnover of EUR 1.19 billion. With a stable turnover development, the EBITDA increased by 10.1% on the previous year to reach EUR 189.6 million. The EBITDA margin increased to 15.9% (previous year: 14.4%). The EGGER Group Management is generally happy with its first half-year developments. “The general economic situation was very unstable in the last half-year. Nevertheless, as compared to the previous year, we…