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Company "Plyterra" is one of the most reliable and experienced manufacturers of plywood in Russia. Our history goes back to more than 17 years of successful implementation of many projects. Thanks to the efforts of competent management and initiative personnel our mill continues developing actively not stopping at what is already achieved. Each successful project generates new ideas which subsequently help to develop our company and try to realize even the most specific desires of our customers. Openness to innovation, creativity and wish for changing to the better has been repeatedly pointed out by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation. In the years 2011 and 2013 the company was recognized as the most dynamically developing Russian exporter of woodworking industry. The share of export to foreign countries is 75%, it is evident that the production of the enterprise meets the strictest requirements for quality control. Openness and honesty of our company, focus on the needs of our customers, professionalism and responsibility in the production allowed us to gain trust of our customers from 45 countries. We will continue conquering new peaks confirming high quality of our product and trust of our clients.

Latest news

Happy New Year 2017! Happy New Year 2017! December, 29 / 2016
Plyterra team celebrated coming New Year 2017 in a friendly and merry atmosphere.
The management of the mill congratulated their irreplaceable team with successful outcome of the past year and encouraged the team to reach new heights in the coming 2017!
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Starting production of F/W plywood Starting production of F/W plywood December, 7 / 2016
At the end of November, the first batch of Film faced plywood, having a smooth surface on one side and a wire surface on the other side, was produced at plywood mill Plyterra.
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Football match for the Super Cup of Mordovia! Football match for the Super Cup of Mordovia! November, 6 / 2016
Today Zubova Polyana hosted major football match of the Republic of Mordovia in 2016.
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