In the talk I am going to report on recent results obtained within QCD kt-factorization i.e. formalizm that at high energies accounts for transverse momentum dependence of both parton densities and coefficient functions. In particular I am will present results for complete parton shower description of production of di-jets at LHC. This relies on application of hard matrix elements that depend on transversal momentum and parton densities that depend on transversal momentum. Furthermore I will present new evolution equations which have kernels build from transverse momentum dependent splitting functions. The equations generalize the BFKL and DGLAP splitting functions. I will also present preliminary application of the formalizm to DIS processes with focus on Electron Ion Collider kinematics.