Forest products

  • The sections includes more than 1,000 suppliers and 1,000 product items
  • The export turnover of timber products is 6 million m3 to 25 countries
  • More than 100 manufacturers participate in each trading session
  • Any client can make a choice according to various criteria of the necessary products in this section

Product groups

Fuel chips, technological chips
Household and industrial pellets
Lumber of all sizes and species
Wooden stakes
Wood briquettes
Cardboard and paper

Fuel chips

Depending on the size, chips can be small, medium and large. In the standards of the EN ISO 17255 series, instead of the nomenclature G30, G50 and G100, the chip in sizes P16, P31 / P45 and P63 are introduced. This means the length of the main fraction is ≤ 16 mm, ≤ 31 mm / ≤ 45 mm or ≤ 63 mm.
In addition, four quality classes have been established: A1, A2, B1 and B2. For small installations, small chips are the best one, as too large pieces of wood and a large amount of sawdust can damage the installation. Industrial chips generally corresponds to the P31/P45 medium size. Large chips are used mainly in large boilers.


Fuel pellets are environmentally friendly fuel with ash content generally no more than 3%. In the production of pellets, the waste of sawmills and agriculture is mainly used, which was previously taken to landfills and rot, and after several years began to burn or decay.
However, if the environment contains toxins or radioactive substances in the place of growth of raw materials, then during the burning of pellets, these substances can be sprayed into the atmosphere.
Since they do not contain dust and spores, the pellets are less susceptible to spontaneous combustion and do not cause an allergic reaction in humans.

Granules differ from ordinary wood by their high dryness (moisture content is only 8-12%, and the moisture content of raw firewood is 30-50%) and greater – about one and a half times – density than firewood. These qualities provide a high calorific value in comparison with chips or wood. When burning a ton of pellets, approximately 3.5 thousand kWh of heat is released. This value is almost two times less than when burning a ton of coal, one and a half times more than conventional firewood, and only two times (almost three times) less than when using gas, fuel oil or diesel fuel.


According to the quality of wood and processing, boards and bars are divided into five varieties: selected, first, second, third and fourth. The bars have four grades: first, second, third and fourth. Selected sawn timber, grades 1, 2, 3, are made dry (the moisture content of dry sawn timber is no more than 22%), raw and moist antiseptic.
Our suppliers provide lumber in all sizes to meet your quality demands.
Composition: pine, spruce, alder, birch and aspen.