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On 14 February 2019 “Sveza” in the Urals celebrated 63 anniversary since the founding

20 February 2019 ` 19:00  
According to the press service of the company “Sveza”, the city-forming plant is not only a place of work for more than 1,600 people but also one of the main taxpayers of the region, which has a significant...

Sveza continues to modernize production at the plant in the Leningrad region

11 February 2019 ` 19:00  
Sveza continues to pursue a comprehensive program of modernization of production capacities, in the framework of which was put into operation a new CNC sector for the manufacture of shaped parts of plywood. This was reported in the...

SVEZA signed a General contract with the company “STEP” in the amount of more than a billion rubles

7 December 2018 ` 14:00  
SVEZA signed a General contract for the reconstruction of the plywood plant ”SVEZA Novator” with the leading St. Petersburg construction company step. The amount of investment will exceed one billion rubles. The work is carried out within the...

The Ministry of industry and trade of Russia told about the construction of five new pulp and paper mills worth about 580 billion rubles

5 December 2018 ` 19:00  
Priorities in the development of the pulp and paper industry and the forest industry were discussed at the IV international Conference “PPI of Russia-new realities, new opportunities”. In his speech, Deputy Minister of industry and trade of the...

In the Kostroma region “SVEZA” has opened a stand-alone mini-thermal power plant

30 November 2018 ` 14:00  
On the 28 th of November “SVEZA” launched autonomous small combined heat and power (CHP) at the plant “SVEZA Manturovo”. The mini-CHP project at SVEZA Manturovo received the prestigious industrial award Lesprom Awards 2018, winning the nomination “Green...

In the 4 months of 2017, sales of Russian birch plywood to the USA increased by 5% to 115,000 m3

10 June 2017 ` 13:57  
Sveza group has become the largest supplier of birch plywood from Russia to the USA with an 18% share, Woodbridge International Holdings is in the second place with a 13% share, Syktyvkarsky FZ is third with a 10%...

Russian timber industry news #22/23-2016

31 December 2016 ` 22:37  
– On December 6, 2016 the Solomenskiy sawmill (Petrozavodsk, Karelia) put into operation a new line of sawmilling. Thus, the plant has completed the next stage of modernization and expansion of production. – Ladozhsky DSK CJSC postponed commissioning...

Russian timber industry news #21-2016

31 December 2016 ` 15:55  
– AFK Sistema owned by billionaire Vladimir Yevtushenkov made a public proposal of the purchase of all shares of Finnish house-building company Honkarakenne at the price of €1.5 per share. According to Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat, the CEO...

Russian timber industry news #20-2016

22 November 2016 ` 02:43  
– LDK-3 has started to install the equipment and mount the premises of a new sawmill worth RUR 1 billion. Trial run of the line will take place in the spring of 2017. The factory will operate the...

Russian timber industry news #11-2016

23 June 2016 ` 07:30  
– Kiev cardboard and paper mill (Ukraine, belongs to Pulp Mill Holding along with Russia’s Arkhangelsk PPM) became completely independent of the Russian market of wastepaper: over a four-month ban on the wastepaper exports from Russia, the plant...

Russian timber industry news #9-2015

4 June 2015 ` 00:22  
– LesInvest and Russian Timber Group signed a cooperation agreement, under which will work together to attract investments to Russia, develop technologies and organizational solutions, designed to improve the competitiveness of enterprises, and cooperate in solving environmental problems....

Russian timber industry news #6-2015

7 April 2015 ` 14:28  
– On March 17, 2015, Lesozavod 25 commissioned a second pellet production line of 60,000 tons per year at its Tsiglomen site. – According to Karelia Pulp CEO Pavel Kalugin, growth of domestic lumber demand led to production...