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DRT invests to increase its production capacities

Wednesday, 21 January 2015

DRT carries on its investments with the acquisition of a new CTO fractionation technology (Crude Tall Oil, co-product deriving from kraft pulping) on its site of Vielle-Saint-Girons, France.

DRT is specialised in the development of rosin and turpentine extracted from pine resin for markets such as the adhesive, rubber and ink industry. Source: nickylarson974/Fotolia
DRT is specialised in the development of rosin and turpentine extracted from pine resin for markets such as the adhesive, rubber and ink industry....

To meet the growing demand of the international markets, DRT has decided to increase its production capacities thanks to a new tall oil fractionation technology. In accordance with its approach based on the valorisation of co-products deriving from the paper industry, this investment aims at answering the future needs of the adhesive, coating, road marking, chewing-gum and synthetic rubber industries.

Unit will be implemented during the second half of 2015

This production capacities increase will allow DRT to secure its existing markets. The company will also reinforce its position of global leader and strengthen its relationships with its customers and suppliers. This new unit will be implemented during 2015’s second semester.

DRT is specialised in the development of rosin and turpentine extracted from pine resin for markets such as the adhesive, rubber and ink industry. The French family-owned company employs 1,200 people and boasts sales of EUR 350 million. Over 80% of sales are generated in international markets.

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