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Waste use – a challenge for the 21st century

Waste use – a challenge for the 21st century

Waste is not only a complication, but also possible source of secondary by-products. By minimising waste, we contribute to both a lower ecological burden and the better economy of the company. Our objective is to reduce waste volume and reuse to the maximum extent those materials that are considered non-recyclable. For example, waste containing PVC …mehr

Development of the new rolling mill plant for 1.4 billion promises non-waste production of floor coverings and work for more than 100 people

Development of the new rolling mill plant for 1.4 billion promises non-waste production of floor coverings and work for more than 100 people

Fatra continues the development of the new rolling plant. Since the site inspection in November, many things have changed and some of the buildings that are part of the design plans already have strong foundations and will soon be put into operation. Fatra Napajedla – new roller mill plant The development of Fatra’s new roller …mehr

Quality is like your reputation. It builds up gradually and over a long time, but you can lose it in a moment během chvíle

Quality is like your reputation. It builds up gradually and over a long time, but you can lose it in a moment během chvíle

QUALITY IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS There are two types of companies: those insisting on quantity and those taking quality as a key factor in their success. Fatra is quite clear about this. Although the company has the capacity to generate more than 3.5 bn in annual revenue, it puts great stress on quality, which …mehr

Companies do not collect awards and certificates on a whim only. The health of our customers is also at stake

Companies do not collect awards and certificates on a whim only. The health of our customers is also at stake

These days, virtually all manufacturers boast about certificates, compliance with ISO standards and various types of awards won. This is not however not just a plain self-satisfaction on the part of companies. Production improvements, implementation of standards for the management of and approach to the environment, increasing product safety – all that takes hours, considerable …mehr

Fatra is on its way to non-waste production

Fatra is on its way to non-waste production

Fatra’s environmental strategy is to make maximum efforts to recycle waste in its production. In its operations, Fatra also uses technologies that are virtually wasteless in the production of PVC floor coverings. The company’s objective is clear: to reduce the impacts of Fatra’s production processes on the environment. Meeting this objective means that any materials …mehr