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Rockwool invests heavily in blooming US market

Rockwool eyes extraordinary opportunities for growth in the US, says CEO. A new factory will ensure that the insulation giant meets growing demand and will also provide logistic advantages.

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A new factory worth almost DKK 1 billion (EUR 135 million) will ensure that Rockwool can continue to meet growing demand for rockwool insulation in the US.

Over the past many years, Rockwool has booked double-digit growth in the US, and although the CEO declines to specify numbers, he explains that they are substantial. The new factory aims to keep this growth going.

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