The Entire Course of Nordeco's Existence is Dynamic Growth and Change

CPFP, VokhtolgaLesDrev, Sheksna and Fibroplit wood-based panel plant are the four enterprises that are now part of Nordeco.

CPFP was founded in November 1958 when the first plywood was made. The first building of the factory was designed as a match factory, but after the opening of the first store, the focus of the company shifted. At the time, it was a plywood pipe factory for use in infrastructure projects such as power lines and foundations. After that, it changed its name to “Fanerodetal” and started making things like cabinets, chairs and chipboard.

Sheksna Wood Board Plant was founded in 1974. The plant produces a wide range of chipboard (chipboard) and fibreboard (MDF), lined with melamine films based on thermosetting polymers, ideal for creating modern upholstered and cabinet furniture, facades, and decorative interior decoration. Collections of laminated boards SHKDP have always been and remain the standard of the classics of the Russian furniture industry. Sheksna plant is known to everyone who is somehow connected with the woodworking industry on the territory of the Russian Federation and abroad. Today, almost all of Russia and the countries of the Near Abroad know the medium-density fiberboard produced by this plant.

VokhtogaLesDrev is an essentially universal enterprise: it produces chipboard, film-faced chipboard, as well as facing films and resins: carbamide and melamine – for the manufacture of films and urea-formaldehyde – for the production of boards. In 2021, VokhtogaLesDrev celebrated its 60th anniversary – already being a promising, sought-after, recognizable enterprise. To date, the plant produces 230,000 m3 of chipboard, 12,500,000 m2 of chipboard, 48,000,000 m2 of melamine film.

In 2017, the Wood Wool Cement Board Mill – Fibroplit, Ltd, which is a part of the Cherepovets Plywood and Furniture Plant, JSC, began to produce wood wool cement boards according to a special Netherlands technology. The material consists of 60% wood wool, 39.5% – portland cement grade M500 and 0.5% – liquid glass – sodium silicate. This composition provides the board with high quality characteristics: fireresistance, low thermal conduction, vapor permeability, sound absorption and environmental safety. Wood wool cement boards can be used as insulation, decorative and building materials.

In order for this NORDECO to be always on the lips, we are doing a lot of painstaking work. Factories are constantly improving their production methods, moving to newer, more advanced equipment. The Department of Industry, Entrepreneurship and Forestry of the Vologda Oblast recognizes this enterprise as the leading timber processing enterprise in the region for a reason.