Forest Industry in Russia

Location: CTS Engtec / CTS in brief / Operations in Russia / Forest Industry in Russia

Paper and cardboard mills in Russia require modernizations in order to increase production efficiency, and the cost and competitiveness of those can be considered reasonable. Old machinery modernizations are more and more required, and CTS Engtec is especially competitive in this area. The main target is always to improve the client´s competitiveness.

CTS Engtec is one of the leading engineering, consulting and project management companies in the global forest industry. Already for 40 years the world's leaders in forest industry and technology suppliers have trusted CTS Engtec´s skills, competence and high-class quality.

Over the years the company has had projects in various countries like Russia, China, Turkey, Brazil, Australia, Germany, South Africa, Norway, United Kingdom and Canada.

CTS Engtec´s technological expertise, professional know-how and intensive experience in forest industry provide a customer with a significant competitive advantage.

Modernizations of paper and board machines to produce innovative products are forest industry of tomorrow taking place already today. CTS Engtec has a vast experience of utilization and relocation of second hand processes and machinery.CTS Engtec is specifically competent in Russian standards and norms, adaptation of documents, permitting process and LOI, DOI, PROEKT phases (Russian Federation law No 87, 16.2.2008). Also, CTS Engtec´s subsidiary in  St. Petersburg is capable of providing environmental assessments, e.g. OVOS.

Read more about CTS Engtec´s history in global forestry industry here

Services for forest industry

Conceptual Studies

Feasibility Studies


Environmental & Water Technology services

Basic and Detailed Engineering

Project Management

Construction management

Site management

Engineering services for maintenance



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