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altPlus invests in an Engineered Bamboo manufacturing and R&D facility

Updated: 5 days ago

Rencently, altPlus Technologies has invested in an engineered bamboo manufacturing and R&D facility in Shaowu City, Fujian Province, collaborating with National Engineering Research Center of Biomaterials (NERC)and Shaowu Municipal Government.



altPlus is launching the world’s first modern structural engineered bamboo production lines.  The investment will increase production efficiency and capacity with advanced manufacturing technology, and lower energy use. Through the facility’s collaboration, industry wide benefits will be realized through altPlus’ advanced engineering bamboo design and manufacture technique, as well as the experience of marketization and commercialization of engineering bamboo composite solutions. The facilities are established in parallel with a strategic cooperation agreement in scientific research in cooperation with NERC, which will promote the transformation of scientific development achievements through docking with altPlus’ platform. In the process of cooperative development, the goal is to further establish industry standards and innovative technologies in the EBC industry leading the advanced rapidly renewable materials industry towards broad adoption of the biological materials. The investment further establishes the path to transform industries from low carbon to carbon neutral solutions, finally benefitting the world-wide client with innovative techniques and better services.


The facility is schedule to be completed by the end of February 2023, and will support the developing industry throughout Asia and altPlus international subsidiaries and partners. The investment is an important step towards altPlus’ vision to accelerate the global adoption of engineered bamboo composites, based on purpose driven solutions with sustainability, carbon footprint, and circular-economy missions at the forefront of business and public sector concerns.