In December, holding RFP Group launched into commercial operation Plant for the production of veneer sheets production capacity of 300 thousand cubic meters per year. The plant was built as part of a Amursk in Khabarovsk Krai region’s largest "Far Eastern Center of deep processing of timber."
The total investment in the RFP Group to create a new production amounted to 4.4 billion rubles. Due to the plant in Amursk created 350 new skilled jobs, which are already employed urban residents and Amur Komsomolsk-on-Amur.
According to preliminary estimates, in 2013 due to tax deductions wood processing center budget Amursk with the Amur region will double.
"Far Eastern Center of deep wood processing" — A strategic project of the holding RFP Group. In 2009, he received the status of a priority investment in forest development.
Further development center provides expansion capacity factory production lines of dry lumber, MDF, wood chips, and then — in 2018 — access to the production of kraft pulp.
To date, prepared all of the key components of the transport and network infrastructure for all future production capacity connected as electricity, water supply, set up a system of storm and sanitary sewer, reconstruction of external and domestic rail sidings and port quay wall-point "terminal Amursk . " For the needs of the plant for the production of veneer lumber exchange equipped — raw materials warehouse for 9 thousand cubic meters. meters of round timber, continuing concreting such sites for other types of wood.
The high-tech production line for the production of veneer equipped with the most modern equipment. On the drying lines for the first time in the world to the unique thermal insulation materials to get the most cost-effective use of thermal energy. Lathe can produce veneer minimum thickness of 1.5 mm, processing logs to the core with a diameter of 4 cm These features provide a high yield and exceptional quality.
The main consumers of Japanese manufacturers will veneer plywood construction. At the stage of equipment installation signed a number of memoranda that confirm the high interest of Japanese consumers and their willingness to take on all future production of the plant. To date, the parties have moved to the final stage of signing contracts for the supply of marketable products.