The idea of “to set up a factory for painting paper” in Dobrush belongs to the famous military figure of the Russian Empire, the owner of the Homel estate, General Field Marshal Count I.F. Paskevich, who in 1849 gave the appropriate orders. However, only his heir, Adjutant General F. I. Paskevich, was able to carry out this plan in 1870. And two years later, the factory began production of several types of paper: wrapping for the packaging of sugar and tobacco, “match” for printing labels, writing, printed, newspaper. And by the end of the 19th century, the Dobrush WritingS Factory became the largest company in the country, occupying the 8th place in the List of Factories and Factories of the Russian Empire from 1903.
In January 1910, Anton Ignatievich, the manager of the Dorushsky Paint Factory, was organized by the Craft School. Alexandra II at dorushsky two-class factory school.” It trained workers of different specialties: carpenters, cobblers, locksmiths, blacksmiths, binders, textile workers. The population of the groups was 6-12 people. To enter the school it was necessary to have an education of the 3rd grade of primary school. About 90 people studied at the school. Before the October Revolution, the school had 2 graduates. The Republican Museum of Vocational Education holds a true certificate of graduation from the Craft School. Alexander II” one of the first graduates of Gromyko Elisha Ivanovich, born in 1887.
The factory’s products were successfully exhibited at the agricultural and artisanal exhibition in Mahilou in 1898 and at the All-Russian Exhibition in Kiev in 1913 In 1932, the paper factory “Hero of Labor” was the first in Europe malt-pulp enterprise, which began to use stationary boilers, which allowed in 1933 to bring the production of paper to 18,000 tons per year, and in 1934 – to 24,000 tons per year.
In the 50s and 70s, the entire production was modernized. Technical improvement allowed the factory in 1970 to produce 67 allied production of drawing and 50 drawing paper, one in seven schoolchildren of the Soviet Union wrote in the notebook produced by Dorushk paper factory.
To date, the total list of products produced in the factory, has more than 100 types of goods. Production is focused on two main areas:
Products are delivered not only to the domestic market, but also to countries far abroad.
Years of experience, passed down from generation to generation, the connection of traditions with the achievements of modern technology and new technologies are made (the branch of the “Dobrush Paper Factory”Hero of Labor” “Belarusian Wallpaper” is a reliable partner in cooperation.
Our customers note the high quality of products and the constant desire to fulfill the orders and wishes of partners as quickly as possible.