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12. Oct 2022 | Markets & Companies

Viton opens new production plant

Viton has opened a modern highly automated production plant in the Czech Republic.
A photo of the new Viton production facility.
The high share of energy independence is intended to bring a significant economic and environmental impact.
Image source: Viton.

Viton is a leading manufacturer of solvent and water-based paints for the industrial and do-it-yourself consumers in the Central European region. The new production plant with an area of 4,000 m2 and an annual production capacity of up to 120,000 tons is able to manufacture almost half of its production using its own energy, thanks to top technologies and a massive photovoltaic power plant.

Strengthening of the market position

According to the company, with the new production capacity a significant strengthening of the market position can be expected in the nearest future.

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