Knight CelotiX is the new name of a company that promises to deliver the highest-quality, strongest, most durable, and most affordable fiberboard products in Australia.
The brand, launched in 2015 by Knight-Fiber-X, uses a unique carbon-fiber mix that makes up the fabric of the board.
Knight-CelotiX uses fiberglass to make up the boards surface and then a combination of high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and fiberglass composite to reinforce the board’s strength and stability.
It has also designed a unique system to store and transport the boards and to use the board for a variety of applications.
The company says that Knight-X has a 100% satisfaction rate on their customers’ satisfaction scores, with a 99% rating from customers using their boards.
Knight CelottiX was launched in 2016 by Knight Holdings, a leading Australian-based global telecommunications and information technology company, as a new company focused on the high-end fibreboard market.
Knight Holdings acquired Knight-Sonic in 2017.
Knight has been building up a strong reputation as a leading manufacturer of high quality high-performance fibreboard boards for a number of years, but it was a long time coming.
In the past year, the company has ramped up its presence in Australia and will be expanding to New Zealand later this year.
Knight is aiming to be the “world’s leading fibreboard manufacturer”.
Knight Celotex CEO, Paul Tully, said: “Knight Celotix’s fibreboard line-up of the past 12 months has seen a phenomenal number of new and established players enter the industry and the market.”
It has been a great ride for Knight-Elite, with the first batch of products launching earlier than expected and our team continuing to deliver on its vision to deliver a superior quality, superior value proposition for our customers.
“He added that the company was targeting an initial shipment of 25,000 boards by the end of 2020.
In 2019, Knight made a bid to acquire the company and Knight-Lite made an offer to buy Knight.
The Australian Government had earlier given Knight a $2 billion tender for Knight and Knight acquired Knight Holdings in 2018.
A Knight spokesman said: Knight Celottex has been working closely with the Australian Government to secure its long-term future and its commitment to a strong and competitive fibreboard business.
Knight plans to expand its presence across the country in the next year and is aiming for a new facility in Canberra by 2020.
Knight expects to have its first fibreboard factory open by 2020 and to be in operation by 2021.
In Australia, Knight CelotaX products have been used for building high-rise residential buildings, office buildings, and commercial buildings.
Knight said it would be investing in its Australian facilities in order to bring the quality of its products to Australian customers.
Knight will continue to sell the boards under the Knight-Vitality brand, which was launched by Knight in the US in 2015.
Knight also launched Knight-Aero, a brand that was launched last year in Australia to promote its fibreboard products.
Knight says it is currently investing $5 billion into the Australian business and will continue its investments through 2020.
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In 2018, Knight-Menthol announced a major investment in Australia, making the company the largest investor in Australian fibreboard companies.
Knight CEO, Tully said that Knight would be focusing its new investment efforts on its Australian operations, where Knight-Nectar and Knight Celottx are currently based.
In October, Knight announced the launch of a new fiberglass fibreboard that was to be used for the construction of Australia’s high-tech national broadband network.