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Two new enterprises will start work in TOSER “Komsomolsk”

28 November 2018 ` 19:00  

According to the press service of the Government of the Khabarovsk territory, two enterprises of the Amurlitmash site of the territory of advanced social and economic development-TOSER Komsomolsk will launch their production in the near future. Companies “Sunny circle” and “Centurion” complete the repair of industrial buildings, connection to power grids and installation of the necessary equipment.

LLC Solnechny Krug will be engaged in production of fuel granules and briquettes from waste of wood processing. The total amount of investments is more than 25 million rubles, the company plans to create 47 jobs. The design capacity of the enterprise will be 10 thousand tons per year.

The company “Centurion” is implementing a project for the production of lumber. The company will provide jobs for about 20 people, the volume of investment will be about 24 million rubles.

One of the residents of the site “Amurlitmash” already successfully works. The tool mechanical plant produces products for the railway industry. The company employs more than a hundred people. Almost a year and a half, the resident of TOSER produced products worth more than 61 million rubles.

Recall, the site “Amurlitmash” is located in the Northern part of Komsomolsk-on-Amur on the territory of the same plant, covers an area of 65 hectares. The main directions-machining, production of lifting and transport equipment, mechanical engineering, food industry and other industries. Today on the Playground “Amurlitmash” ADZ “Komsomol” was five residents. The total amount of declared investments on the projects is more than 184.3 million rubles.

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