RFP Group plans to build wood processing plant in Russia’s Far East

RFP Group plans to build wood processing plant in Russia’s Far East
The Russian timber industry holding RFP Group will build a wood processing plant in Yakutia (Russia's Far East) with a capacity of up to 150 thousand m3 per year by 2025.     "A long-term investment project is under way - the organization of logging and timber processing operations in Yakutia. A timber processing plant will be built near the village of Tommot, "TASS quoted Dmitry Valtfogelya, general director of the RFP Goup, as saying.    The new plant will produce about 100-150 thousand m3 of sawn timber per year, as well as ...

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