Financing of this significant project for the Russian economy is a priority for Otkritie Bank. Otkritie Bank is among the top 10 largest banks in Russia and is systemically significant. It has been working in the financial market since 1993. The reliability of the bank is confirmed by Moody's ratings ("Ba2").
"Kama" Pulp and Paper Mill" LLC, the first high-tech production of light coated paper (LWC) in Russia, was founded in May 2002 on the basis of the production assets of "KrasnokamskyPulp and Paper Mill" (1929). The facilities of the enterprise are designed for the production of various types of papers (including offset and newspaper) used for printing book and magazine products, as well as for working with copying and duplicating office equipment. The production capacity is 85 thousand tons of finished products per year.
"Kama Karton" LLC was established in July 2016 to create Russia's first import-substituting production of coated FBB (Folding Box Board) cardboard from bleached chemical-thermomechanical pulp (CMTP). After reaching the design capacity, the production volume of FBB-cardboard will be 220 thousand tons per year.
"KAMA paper and cardboard" is the legal successor of the glorious traditions of Russian pulp and paper industry. The history of the enterprise dates back to 1929, when by a resolution of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the National Economy of the USSR it was decided to build the largest pulp and paper mill in Europe. Key government publications and the most important documents of Russia of the twentieth century were printed on the plant's paper, the enterprise was the first to master the release of new types of products and was repeatedly awarded state and international awards.
In its recent history, the company has kept its glorious leadership traditions. In 2010, having completely changed the technology and equipment, KAMA Paper and Cardboard was the first in Russia to master the production of light-weight coated paper, which was based on raw materials from hardwood.
Production capacity - 85,000 tons of LWC paper per year.
In 2020, KAMA Paper and Cardboard is the basis for Russia's first import-substituting production of coated folding box board (FBB) from bleached chemi-thermomechanical pulp. Production of coated FBB cardboard will amount to 220,000 tons per year. Launching and reaching the design capacity of cardboard production will allow KAMA Paper and Cardboard to become the Russian leader in the production of coated paper and coated cardboard.
2020 июнь. ООО «Кама Картон» завершило монтаж основных узлов и оборудования новой бумагоделательной машины для производства мелованного картона FBB. Длина машины около 300 м, обрезная ширина - 3,6 м.
2020 June Completed the installation of the main components and equipment of the new paper machine for the production of coated folding box board (FBB). Machine length - 300 m, cutting width - 3.6 m.
2016 «Kama Karton» LLC was established. The task of the enterprise is to implement a project for the construction of an import-substituting production of coated boxboard FBB (Folding Box Вoard).
2015 Up to 25% of LWC paper is exported to 16 countries.
2014 The enterprise reached the design indicators for the production of light-weight coated paper: 85 thousand tons of LWC per year.
2013 Industrial production of new types of products were started.
2011 A large-scale complex modernization was completed, a new modern production facility for the production of light-weight coated paper (LWC) from hardwood raw materials was created: a new complex for the preparation of raw materials, a new complex for the production of bleached thermomechanical pulp, installed a new paper machine for the production of LWC.
2002 The Kama Pulp and Paper Mill JSC was established - the first high-tech production facility in Russia for the production of light-weight coated paper (LWC) was established in May 2002 on the basis of the production assets of the Kama Pulp and Paper Mill (1929). for the production of various types of paper used for printing books, newspapers and magazines, as well as for copying and duplicating office equipment. Planned production volume - 85,000 tons of finished products per year.
2000 The reconstruction of the cellulose brewhouse was completed: 6 out of 11 digesters were replaced with bimetallic ones with a capacity of 320 cubic meters. This allowed the company to master the cooking of aspen wood, which expanded the existing raw material base and significantly improved the quality characteristics of offset paper.
1995 "Kama Pulp and Paper Mill" is awarded the industry prize "Golden Star", Madrid.
1990 Production capacity of the plant: paper - 256,800 tons, pulp for cooking - 175,000 tons, wood pulp - 90,000 tons, school notebooks - 255,000,000 pieces.
1988 A complex for biological treatment of industrial effluents with a capacity of 437 thousand cubic meters per day was put into operation at the treatment plant. A new workshop for the production of thermomechanical pulp with a capacity of 50,000 tons of thermomechanical pulp per year was built. Bleaching of TMM is performed with hydrogen peroxide. The equipment was supplied by Mitsubishi.
1987 The automatic transport and packaging line of the Wärtsilä company was launched. This line can mark and pack 2,400 rolls of paper per day.
1984 The Voith coating plant is assembled and put into operation.
1982 The flat-screen paper machine is replaced by a two-wire former from Voith, with a capacity of 50,000 tons per year - this is the basis for the production of coated paper.
1971 The staff of the Kama Pulp and Paper Mill was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor. (The order is presented in the historical showcase).
1967 The collective of the plant was awarded the Red Banner of the Central Committee of the CPSU of the Council of Ministers of the USSR for success in the socialist competition in honor of the "50th anniversary of the Great October" (The banner is presented in the historical showcase).
1961 For the first time in the USSR, the production of coated paper was mastered, the plant's net worker Vasily Rogachev, who cast the first batch, received the title of Hero of Socialist Labor.
1955-1959 A project for a large-scale reconstruction of the plant is being developed in order to master the release of new types of products.
1948 The first profit is received, the plant has refused state subsidies.
1946 For selfless work during the Great Patriotic War, the collective of the plant was awarded the banner of the State Defense Committee.
1941 The collective of the plant is rebuilt to work for the needs of the country's defense: in addition to sulfite cellulose, printing, offset, writing paper and student notebooks, fodder yeast, ethyl alcohol and even gunpowder are produced here.
1938 The Kama Pulp and Paper Mill became the most powerful in Europe, and Krasnokamsk receives the status of a city.
On February 3, 1936, the first batch of paper was made on the first Soviet paper machine
1935 A cable crane made in the USSR was put into operation at the new timber exchange
1933 The settlement of the plant's builders was renamed Krasnokamsk.
July 14, 1930 Official day of foundation of the plant. The first complex was laid - a brewhouse.
April 28, 1929 date when was made the decision about site for first Soviet pulp and paper mill. The settlement of the plant's builders was named Kamabumstroy.