Arauco says it is the first forest products company to achieve carbon neutrality. This means the company is removing more carbon from the atmosphere than it is emitting.
The event will introduce seven woodgrains and four colors inspired by holistic design, mixed media in decor, and textural realism.
Composite panel and forest product giant Arauco will close its medium density fiberboard (MDF) production facility in Bennettsville, South Carolina May 18.
Arauco will close its particleboard line in Moncure, North Carolina, effective April. The MDF line will be integrated with a moulding line to create an advanced MDF millwork operation.
ATLANTA - Arauco North American President Pablo Franzini has announced organizational changes at the giant composite panel producer.
Arauco has signed an agreement to acquire Prime-Line Inc., a manufacturer of MDF moulding and millwork products. Arauco said the acquisition strengthens its presence in the North American moulding industry.
The mill will continue to manufacture Fibrex from this location.
Arauco North America has named Kelly Shotbolt as its new Non-Executive Chairman of the Board, and Pablo Franzini as the company's new president, effective Aug. 1.
Arauco's 820,000-square-foot facility houses North America’s largest-capacity, single-line particleboard press, two thermally fused laminate (TFL) lines and a large warehouse. It is the first new U.S. greenfield composite mill in about 20 years.