Murashinskiy Plywood Plant

The ceremonial launch of the first plywood line and the receipt of the first batch of goods took place on December 15, 2017.

Less than two years after the decision to build was taken, a modern large-format birch plywood plant with the capacity of 60 000 cubic meters per year was constructed on the empty site located in the town of Murashi, Kirov region.

In November 2019, the second production line was launched.

"Murashinsky Plywood Plant", LLC is a high-tech, environmentally friendly production that meets modern international standards.

With the opening of the plywood mill, the town of Murashi obtained a new, large, city-forming enterprise, which currently possesses more than 650 jobs.

The Company actively supports the projects of Murashi and Murashi district municipal management within the framework of the signed Agreement on social partnership. Significant funds are being invested in the development of the district's infrastructure.

As it was noted by the Head of the region Igor Vasiliev at the ceremony of launching the first stage of the plant, an important component of the company's economic policy is responsibility to the territory where the production is located.

By 2021, the plant has increased its production capacity to 120 000 cubic meters of plywood per year. Modern market conditions require constant expansion and renewal of the range of products, therefore, in April 2018, the production of RUF fuel briquettes was mastered.

In December 2020, the film-faced plywood line was launched.

The workshop for fuel pellets production was built in 2021, and the production began in May 2021.

Favorable location of the industrial site allows the use of high-quality raw materials supplied from Kirov and Kostroma regions, as well as from the Perm Krai and the Komi Republic.

The plant is also actively engaged in independent logging by leasing forest plots.

High quality of Murashinskiy Plywood Plant goods was appreciated not only in the domestic market of Russia, but also by the buyers from the USA, Great Britain, Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands and other countries of the world.