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Kastamonu updates its top-of-the-line laminate flooring series


The leading manufacturer of the wood processing industry in Russia has updated the Floorplan laminate line. The changes affected the Blue and Black collections, which received a modified version of the Uniclic lock joint.

The Floorpan line includes nine collections of laminate from the 31st to the 33rd class of wear resistance with different technical parameters. One of the main advantages of this laminate is its unique Uniclic locking system, which allows quickly installing panels at an angle. This method does not require any additional set of tools, which significantly speeds up the laying of the flooring. Due to the Uniclic system, there are no cracks at the joints of floorboards.

The modified lock system has greater strength if compared to the previous version. Another unsurpassed advantage of Uniclic is secure reinstallation. Removing the flooring is as easy as installing it. The click connection system will not be damaged in this case. In addition to the modified lock, now laminate of the Floorpan Blue and Black collections will be produced with a floorboard width of 195 mm instead of 193 mm. Thus, most of the manufacturer’s decors will be brought to a single format.

“Product managers and other specialists of the company regularly work on improving Kastamonu products. Having moved to a new level of quality, we do not stop there, but strive to improve our achievements. This is one of the key goals of the company – to provide the consumer with a product of the highest quality,” said Ali Kılıç, CEO of Kastamonu Russia.

In March 2021, Kastamonu launched the third laminate production line in record-setting time, namely within four months, and as a result it has become the largest laminate production company in Russia. Kastamonu is also the leader in terms of MDF production in the Russian market.


The group of companies of Kastamonu Entegre was established in 1969 as a part of the Hayat Holding. The company specializes in the manufacturing of MDF wood boards, particleboards, laminate flooring, door skin panels, and glossy panels. The consolidated turnover of Kastamonu Entegre amounts to €1.3 billion. The annual production of wood boards is 5 million m3, laminate flooring – 70 million m2.

Hayat Holding, which includes Kastamonu Entegre, was founded in 1937 and today consists of 41 companies in various business areas. Hayat unites brands such as Papia, Familia, Bingo, Molfix and many others.

Kastamonu Entegre has 18 plants in 7 countries: Turkey, Russia, Italy, Romania, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the USA. The company ranks No. 6 internationally and No. 4 in Europe among the largest companies in the wood processing industry.

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