“Largest” CLT project by Ledinek successfully put into operation at ante-holz

CLT plant successfully put into operation at ante-holz (Image: Ledinek)

Ledinek has announced the successful completion of their “largest project” of cross-laminated timber (CLT) plant at ante-holz.

ante-holz chose Ledinek for their years of experience along with proven solutions in the manufacturing and assembly of complete systems for CLT plants. From contract signing in April 2020 to project completion in February 2022, Ledinek managed to fulfil their contractual obligations within the set deadlines despite the global pandemic.

The first CLT panel was manufactured by the customer in July 2021, since then the line has been optimised for production and employee training has been carried out. Ledinek reported that the annual capacity of the line is 100,000m³ of CLT panels.

Hubert Teufel, plant manager and project manager HBS Berga, commented: “At Ledinek, the production of the most important machines is available as an overall concept for CLT production and has been tried and tested in practice. All machines for the production of CLT built by Ledinek are state of the art, and very robust and efficient.

“Since all the machines are from Ledinek, the construction process was carried out quickly and was very well planned. Some individual areas were well planned already during the construction phase, so that in the end the entire production line, which is very complex and large, could be put into operation on schedule.”

He concluded: “We would like to thank the entire team at Ledinek for their excellent work, which contributed to the success of the project, and wish to continue a good business relationship with the Ledinek company.”