During the war, woodworking and forestry industries were preserved and received new development. After the war, the forestry industry was faced with the task of producing wood in even larger volumes to restore the destroyed national economy. But during the war, the supply of forest around the outskirts of Tobolsk dried up. Therefore, it was decided to open new forest sites on the right bank of the Irtysh. Thus, in 1949, a forest point was formed in Nadtsy. In 1951, the construction of the village of Nadtsy began. The influx of the population turned out to be very large – they were special settlers, planned recruits from Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova, and just young people from the nearest collective farms.
May 12, 1947 is a special day in the history of forestry of the Soviet period. According to the order of the Minister of Forest Industry and the Minister of Forestry, forest protection, reforestation and forest management were allocated to an independent branch of the national economy. On August 30, 1947, the regulations on forestry enterprises were published.
The forestry industry was one of the leading branches of the national economy of the Tyumen region in the late 1950s - early 1960s. However, logging and timber processing enterprises were located unevenly. They were located along the large rivers Ob, Irtysh, Konda. Huge woodlands remained untouched. The development of the forest industry at that time involved the transfer of some enterprises from the European part of the country to Siberia, the construction of the Ivdel-Ob and Tavda-Sotnik railways.
According to the plan, in the early 1960s the Pioneer, Komsomol, Soviet, Zelenoborsky forestry enterprises were formed. The construction of the Tyumen-Sotnik railway has begun. The appearance of forestry enterprises was accompanied by the supply of new equipment.
By the mid-1980s, the timber industry of the Tyumen Region had turned into a multidisciplinary industrial complex that combined procurement and woodworking enterprises. In addition to harvesting and exporting business timber, the timber industry provided the production of lumber and wooden houses.