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EPD document prepared for Orma Melamine Faced Particle Board EPD with registration number S-P-04131 has been registered and published in EPD Turkey and The International EPD System. Registered EPD document applies to all global markets.
Melamine faced Particleboards (MFP) are products that result from pressing the chipboard with the impregnated decorative paper under a specific temperature and pressure for a certain period of time. Melamine faced Particleboard (MFP) offers various usage possibilities for furniture, office and interior among 13 different surfaces on around 200 decors produced in different thicknesses and sizes.
Orma is one of the most important and reliable companies in the sector with its long years of knowledge and corporate identity. In 1970, Orma was established on a land of 50 thousand square meters, 5 km from the city center. In Şevket Demirel’s words, “An industy is being established in Isparta to utilize forest products,otherwood products and their wastes fully”. Following the establishment of Orma, high-quality chipboard product has continuously developed with designs and surfaces that determine the market and has become the pioneer of the sector and has reached today with its sustainable production approach. The Orma brand is commemorated with quality and success and continues its production without making concession on it. It started its first integration with a particle board unit with a capacity of 150 m3 / day, a natural veneering unit of 5000 m2 / day and closed sheet units of 400 sheets/day. It has renewed itself in line with the needs of furniture sector and still continues to produce particle board and melamine faced particle board in an area of 500 thousand square meters, 70 thousand square meters of which is closed, three particleboard plants, one of which is integrated , with a total capacity of 2,220 m3/day and three impregnation lines with a total capacity of 90 million m2/year and four coating lines with a total capacity of 4.500.000 units/year.