The government expanded the boundaries of the “Kamchatka” developed development zone.
MOSCOW, April 16 – RIA Novosti. The Cabinet of Ministers expanded the boundaries of the Kamchatka priority development zone, the total investment in new projects will be more than 350 million rubles, knowledgeable government press office.
“The government has expanded the boundaries of the Kamchatka priority development zone. The decision will allow to modernize the production complex for the extraction of non-metallic building materials and create a base for the maintenance of construction equipment. The total investment in new projects will be more,” said the statement on the official Telegram channel of the Cabinet of Ministers. , “More than 350 million rubles” were used.
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Thus, in the Elizovsky district of the Kamchatka Region and in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, an investment project will be implemented, which includes the modernization of the crushed stone and gravel mining complex: equipment will be replaced at the Pionersky-4 and Zaozerny quarries. Increase production volumes more than 2 times.
In Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, at the Zaozerny quarry, capacities for the production of construction foam blocks will appear.
All new production lines are scheduled to be commissioned in early 2024.
It is planned to establish a production and warehouse base for the maintenance and repair of special construction equipment in the city of Yelizovo. The base will be operational in the second quarter of 2024.
A total of 20 priority development areas have been created in the Far Eastern Federal District, designed to stimulate the development of priority sectors of the economy and attract new investors. ASEZ residents have access to a wide range of benefits and preferences. The number of ASEZ residents in the Far Eastern Federal District is 659, the volume of investments under the agreements is more than 4.9 trillion rubles. More than 2.14 trillion rubles have been privately invested and 58,000 jobs have been created.
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