Ledinek Engineering started to deliver equipment to Sokol Timber Company for their finger jointing line which is a part of the complex line for the production of glulam beams. Sokol Timber Company is a company belonging to Segezha Group, one of the Russian major wood processing groups and they have launched the production for the market on its FJ Eurozink line.
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“This achievement we are especially proud of since in the middle of the planned installation and the commissioning of the equipment have been challenged by the coronavirus pandemic. Our assembly team had to leave the site as the countries started to close their borders and it was only due to exemplary cooperation with the customer’s skilled staff that we were able to complete the task in this situation never-experienced before,” said the company in the press release.
Following this, both parties will continue in June 2020 to work on the commissioning of the Ledinek Kontizink L-S120 finger jointing machine, the start-up of which shall take place by the end of June. Installation and commissioning will be completely done via remote access by the support from Ledinek staff. The customer’s staff will perform mechanical and electrical installation on site.