The Corporation of investment development of the Smolensk region has held negotiations with the management of the company Walzmatic (the Russian producer of the logistic equipment for greenhouses) in Smolensk.
Production of the logistic equipment for greenhouses plans to be placed in the industrial park Phoenix
The Corporation of investment development of the Smolensk region has held negotiations with the management of the company Walzmatic (the Russian producer of the logistic equipment for greenhouses) in Smolensk. Following the results of the business meeting the company has expressed interest in localization of production in the territory of the region with a possibility of expansion of a model range of the production and the subsequent full transfer of production on the platform of the state industrial park Phoenix.
After acquaintance with the investment potential of the Smolensk region the director of the company Walzmatic Anton Yakovlev has noted a number of advantages of localization of production in the region. For example, the uniqueness of a geographical location of the Smolensk region, existence of wide network of customs and logistic terminals, security of the region with qualified personnel and extent of implementation of the project of creation of the industrial park Phoenix was highly appreciated by the investor that in total with the privileges provided for residents of the industrial park for a period of 10 years will allow to realize the investment project of the company in the shortest possible time and with the minimum expenses.
At the moment the company has started preparation of documents for getting the status of the resident of the industrial park. Start of production is planned in 2018. The project will allow to create about 150 jobs.
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