SIA Balticfloc public procurement procedure for "Purchase of equipment for a trial production line of alternative recycling of waste paper and hemp fibre into innovative heat insulation materials with improved thermal conductivity
According to the financial support of the European Union’s LIFE programme and the Administration of Latvian Environmental Protection Fund, project No. LIFE17 ENV/LV/000335 LIFE_PHIPP SIA Balticfloc is organizing public procedure to purchase new pilot production line. Subject of procurement is divided into fourteen procurement subject parts suppliers can make offer separately to each part of purchase and to all production line together. Supplier must pay attention to regulation that in order to reduce the risk of origination of unforeseen costs during fulfillment of the contract and to prepare offers corresponding to the actual situation at the site Product installation place inspection is mandatory for applicants, we are open to organize online site visits. To apply for visit contact Edžus Cābulis, +371 26336333 See e-posti aadress on spämmirobotite eest kaitstud. Selle nägemiseks peab su veebilehitsejas olema JavaSkript sisse lülitatud.
SIA BALTIFLOC SHOWS VISITORS ITS LIFE_PHIPP PRODUCT AT INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS
In early 2019 SIA Balticfloc participated in three international exhibitions – in Latvia, Estonia and Germany, where it showed visitors its products and presented the product of the LIFE PHIPP project – a new heat insulation material, which will be made of recycled low class waste paper and hemp fibre.
The fourth exhibition “Resta” is expected to take place in Lithuania from April 24 to 27 and will be the last spring exhibition of 2019 to see a SIA Balticfloc representative and to get to know all products better. Read more
PROJECT "PAPER – HEMP INSULATION PILOT PRODUCTION" (LIFE PHIPP, LIFE17ENV/LV/000335) IS IMPLEMENTED WITH THE FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF THE EUROPEAN UNION LIFE PROGRAM AND STATE REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY REPUBLIC OF LATVIA ADMINISTRATION OF LATVIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION FUND.