blockboard

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blockboard

(ˈblɒkˌbɔːd)
n
(Building) a type of plywood in which soft wood strips are bonded together and sandwiched between two layers of veneer
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The increase, depending on product category, follows a continuous rise over the past six months in coreboard prices across Europe driven predominantly by higher OCC costs peaking now in a EUR60 per ton or a 15% increase in coreboard, said Karsten Kemmerling, director of Sales and Marketing - Tubes and Cores, Europe.
Its Coreboard and Cores segment trades under the name Corenso and is a international manufacturer of high performance coreboard and cores, with coreboard mills in the United States and Europe and a network of core producing facilities in Europe, North America and China.
sses were hitting the t to Owen Farrell coreboard moving But Sale, who are out of the competition, refused to go away and boss Steve Diamond said: "We out of the d to go Stev"We rolled our sleeves up which other sides might not have done.
Finland-based paper and packaging company Powerflute has announced acquisition of core and coreboard manufacturer Corenso in a deal worth 102.
The wonder of day three in the second Test was that Pietersen (186) - and in his own more functional fashion, Cook (122) - made India's three-strong coreboard 45 spin attack labour so much longer for their successes.
The planned measures will affect a total 80 employees in the corrugated packaging operations in Finland, and another 70 employees in the core and coreboard operations, mainly in Finland, Germany, the UK and the USA.
Sonoco-Alcore the UK and European market leader for cores and coreboard has achieved accreditation at two of its five UK manufacturing sites to the BRC/IOP (British Retail Consortium/Institute of Packaging) standard for food packaging materials.
After the rebuild, the Wansbrough PM 5 will continue to produce coreboard and testliner while being a contingency production unit for plasterboard.
Ahlstrom Corporation has struck a deal with packaging company Sonoco to form a joint venture that combines the companies' European-based core, tube and coreboard operations.
Cores are tubes made out of coreboard, which is based on recycled paper.