Demol confirmed that his firm has not approached a machinery maker for the equipment, but expects to be able to install such a machine from the middle of next year.
The machine will have to be capable of producing lamination foam from 30 or 60m blocks which will be produced at the site, he said. Block plant commissioning is scheduled to start in March.
According Eurofoam, the Romania project cost “several million euros” and is part of a wider, multi-phase investment programme in the south east of Europe.
The Eurofoam group is a 50:50 joint venture between Austria’s Greiner and the Belgian company Recticel. It highlights its stronger focus on that area of the region, the firm said.