Kazakhstan Kagazy Group was founded in 2001 and is the largest producer of paper and corrugated packaging in Central Asia. The Group’s products are primarily made using recycled paper and cardboard.
The Group includes:
These enterprises are involved in important areas of Kazakhstan’s green policy, ecology and waste management, while creating jobs for more than 700 people.
"Kagazy Recycling" LLP is an undisputed leader in Central Asia’s packing and paper industry.
Kagazy Recycling produces a wide range of corrugated materials, corrugated cardboard and packaging for various types of products. The company offers a full range of packing services: selection of corrugated cardboard, development of design and graphics of packaging of any complexity, development of palletizing schemes and identifying the best way to deliver the finished products.
The main competitive advantage of Kagazy Recycling within the regional paper products market is the company’s high-tech production equipment from leading European suppliers. The company’s experts apply the best production practices using recycled fibre.
"Kazakhstan Waste Recycling" LLP specialises in the collection and sorting of waste paper and other kinds of secondary raw materials. It is the only domestic company that has a network of collection branches covering the whole of Kazakhstan, and also benefits from collection partnerships in several Russian cities.
The company collects more than 50 thousand tons of waste paper annually, which is equivalent to saving approximately 500 thousand adult trees or 10 square kilometres of forest. Waste products including newspapers, books, magazines, booklets, Tetra Paks, cardboard (flat and corrugated) and plastic bottles are all collected and sorted for recycling.
Kazakhstan Kagazy Group has earned a unique position: it is a profitable and expanding business covering the full packaging production cycle, from waste collection to delivery of finished packaging products, while also playing an important role in the region’s environmental and social development.