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Egger buys out chipboard plant from Rauch

The Egger Group continues its growth course and has taken over the Rauch chipboard plant in Markt Bibart, Germany. After the sale, the Rauch Group will focus fully on the further development of its furniture plants in order to further expand its strong market position.

The Rauch Group, a family company, has been manufacturing and selling high-quality wardrobe and bedroom ranges for over 125 years. In 1958, Rauch took over the chipboard plant and from then on was able to produce its own chipboard for furniture manufacturing.

The chipboard plant now supplies not only Rauch furniture plants but also other national and international furniture and door customers.

The chipboard plant in Markt Bibart will be the 22nd production plant of the globally active Egger Group. It has facilities for the production of raw chipboard with a capacity of up to 6,50,000 cubic metres annually.

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