KLEZ-ASTAR took part in Branchentag Holz (Cologne, Germany, 12-13 November 2019)
We adhere to the principles of sustainable forest management. Our goal is to stay in harmony with the envirinment and world around us and make it better
ASTAR, Kondopoga export sawmill (KLEZ, Kondopoga) and wood-working plant ASTAR (Petrozavodsk) are modern plants located in the Republic of Karelia that produce sawn lumber and planed products from pine and spruce.
Our task is a long-term cooperation with our clients, meeting their expectations in terms of service and product quality. Therefore, we fulfill our contractual obligations, devote considerable attention to ensuring stability and promptness of deliveries, technical control of all aspects of the production process – from raw materials grading to finished products sorting, proficiency development and safety of personnel at our plants.
ASTAR to customers
Сonsistent high quality products meeting
the FSC requirements
Wide product range
Accurate order fulfillment in terms of specification and delivery
Excellent customer service and a possibility of making orders for non-standard specification products
MOQ product supply in mixed assortment
(1 semitrailer or container) available
KLEZ-ASTAR SAWMILL (Kondopoga)
KLEZ-ASTAR sawmill is a producer of Nordic softwood sawn timber. It was founded in 1953 and modernized in 2015. Production capacity is 60 000 m3 of sawn timber per year.
ASTAR Woodworking mill
The wood processing production of ASTAR company started in 2004. Today ASTAR factory can offer its customers a wide range of products: euro-batten, imitation log siding, imitation profiled log siding, floor board, decking, cutter-surfaced board, pellets
It is unacceptable for us to be directly or indirectly involved in the activities such as:
a) Illegal logging or the trade in illegal wood or forest products;
b) Violation of traditional and human rights in forestry operations;
c) Destruction of high conservation values in forestry operations;
d) Significant conversion of forests to plantations or non-forest use;
e) Introduction of genetically modified organisms in forestry operations;
f) Violation of any of the ILO Core Conventions, specified in the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work