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RTP Expands European Capacity with New Facility in Poland


We’d like to invite you to take a virtual tur of the newest facility within the RTP Company group. The new compounding facility, based on Wroclaw, Poland, opened just over 2 years ago to add capacityfor the increasing demand for engineered thermoplastic compounds from RTP Company. The new facility comprises almost 8,000 sqm. The production area is currently configured for 6 high volume production lines, balanced between demand on a range of engineered thermoplastic compounds, but with a key focus on Very Long Fibre (VLF) technology, for applications in metal replacement and high structural performance. The ambiance of the production area is designed with extra natural light, and comprises additional ventilation and drainage capabilities, adding to a clean manufacturing environment. The logistics and warehousing areas are purposely designed with wide docking areas and high ceiling clearance, allowing for ease of access for loading and unloading. Along with modern office spaces, the site, as with all RTP facilities, comes with its’ own fully specified laboratory test facilities, all of which are climatically controlled for temperature and humidity, to meet the needs of our customers. The facility in Wroclaw is fully supported and backed up by the global resources within RTP Company, to assist customers in bringing projects from art to part. This includes dedicated product and R&D teams, as well as internal technical resources, including CAE. JL Goor Materials are a long term sales, distribution and marketing partner for RTP Company, and we are delighted to bring the full range of products this facility has to offer to our customers. So, if there’s a project you’re currently working on, or considering for the future, which may have a requirement for some custom engineered thermoplastic compounds, including high strength VLF derivatives, we’d be only too happy to discuss your application, and work with you, to make your concept become a reality.

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