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LLC Rimbunan Hijau MDF
RH Russia, a member of the Rimbunan Hijau Group (RH Group) started its operation in Russia since 1997.
In line with Khabarovsk Krai Government’s aim to develop its downstream wood processing industry, RH Group signed the Private Partnership Agreement with Government of Khabarovsk Krai during the First Far Eastern Internation Economic Forum on 19 September 2007. The Medium-Density Fiberboard (MDF) project is categorised as the Priority Investment by the Russian Government.
RH MDF is the first MDF plant in the Far East region of Russia equipped with latest state of art and fully computerized advanced wood processing technology from Germany, Switzerland, Italy and China. The plant is located at Khor, Khabarovsk Krai, with annual production capacity of 180,000 m3 and is designed to produce Medium-Density Fiberboard (MDF) and High-Density Fiberboard (HDF) in thicknesses ranging from 1.5 mm to 38 mm. The high quality raw material from the region together with selected recyclable wood wastes from sawmills are used in manufacture of premium quality MDF and HDF boards.
This MDF plant investment does not only bring significant socio economic developments in the Far East region of Russia, it also makes positive impact and contributes to the growth and expansion of local communities and economy, both directly and indirectly. With high commitment of management and staff, RH MDF strives to produce superior quality products with high concerns on environmental conservation by converting wood residues efficiently into value added high quality and low formaldehyde emission MDF and HDF boards ranged from E-1 to Super E-0 according to EN Standards.
The project was implemented in two stages:
The first stage: the creation of production facilities for the production of 150 thousand cubic meters of MDF per year.
The second stage: the creation of a production capacity of 469 thousand cubic meters of lumber per year.
The project included forest areas with annual timber release in the amount of 1977 thousand cubic meters.
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