Kastamonu releases new laminate collection

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Kastamonu, a manufacturer of laminate and medium-density fibreboard (MDF), has expanded its product range with a new collection of laminate floorings.

The flagship Floorpan line is complemented by a new Nanoclick collection of the 33rd class of wear resistance. The design of Nanoclick focuses on the close relationship between nature and home, which allows creating a comfortable, cozy and relaxing atmosphere in the house. The new decors will look harmoniously in Scandinavian, Art Deco or modern interiors.

The concept of the collection reflects the idea of dynamism, innovation, adherence to modern trends.

“The new Nanoclick collection is a fresh look at the design of floorings combined with the traditional quality of Kastamonu laminate. We strive to manufacture products that will not only be durable and eco-friendly, but also meet the most current trends in interior design,” commented Ali Kılıç, CEO of Kastamonu Russia.

The Kastamonu plant for the production of MDF, high-density fibreboard (HDF) and laminate floorings has been operating in the Alabuga Special Economic Zone in Tatarstan since 2014.

In 2021, the company launched a third production line, as well as expanded its product portfolio with laminate floorings of the 34th class of wear resistance. Kastamonu products have international and Russian quality certificates, including in such parameters as environmental friendliness and fire resistance.

In August 2021, the analytical agency WhatWood conducted a study of the Russian laminate and MDF market, where it compared the shares of the largest manufacturers of the wood processing industry.

According to the results of the study, Kastamonu ranks first in Russia in terms of production capacity of laminate floorings and MDF.