ECOCORTEC
Additional capacities for anti-corrosive films / Investment in production in Croatia
In response to rising demand for anti-corrosive films, EcoCortec (Beli Manastir / Croatia; www.ecocortec.hr) is building an additional production hall at its site in Beli Manastir. According to media reports, investments in the storage and manufacturing expansion amount to EUR 3m.

Since its founding 11 years ago, the subsidiary of US firm Cortec (St. Paul, Minnesota; www.cortecvci.com) claims to be one of Europe's largest suppliers of vapour corrosion protection films and packaging (vapour phase corrosion inhibitor "VpCI"). Around 90% of its products are exported to Europe, North America and Asia. In 2017, EcoCortec also set up a collection and recycling system for Cortec's films and packaging.
14.11.2017 Plasteurope.com [238337-0]
Published on 14.11.2017
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