“Omsk Carbon Mogilev”, the resident of the Free economic Zone “Mogilev”, is supposed to get its first produce in July-August 2016. The information is provided by the external economic director of OOO “Omsktehuglerod” Alexei Kiselev at the meeting held at Mogilev regional executive committee.
Potential workforce at local education establishments is formed by a new resident of the Free Economic Zone “Mogilev”. The foreign Company “Omsk Carbon Mogilev” directly cooperates with vocational lyceum №7.
China is likely to invest into construction of a plant producing solar batteries and photovoltaic power plant at the territory of “Mogilev” Free Economic Zone. The respective memorandums were signed in Beijing.
A number of Lithuanian companies took an interest in implementing investment projects in Mogilev region, a correspondent of the site was told by the deputy chair of Mogilev region executive committee Victor Nekrashevich, after having come back from the IXth International Belarusian-Lithuanian Economic Forum held in Klaipeda (Lithuania).
A foreign company “VMG Industry” Ltd started production of cabinet furniture, the plant’s director Giedrjus Kaukas told.
FEZ “Mogilev” welcomed four new residents. One of them is JSC “Mogotex”.
“MK Alliance Industrial Engineering” Company will produce cryogenic container-tanks, oil and gas equipment.
“MK Alliance Litprom” Company will be in foundry business.
“Pacovis” Foreign Company will be in providing consultancy and technology service to meat-processing companies.
“Mebelain” Company (Mogilev) started to construct a furniture factory. The information is provided by the administration of the Free Economic Zone “Mogilev”.
JSC “Mogotex” entered the Free Economic Zone “Mogilev”. The company now corresponds to the requirements demanded from the potential residents of the FEZ: to realize an investment project valuing EUR1 mln and to export 70% of the products.
In 2012 Mogilev region’s export growth is supposedly to make 110.7% to the expected rate of 2011. The information is provided by the Economy Committee of Mogilev Regional Executive Committee.
Electric power station based on local types of fuel will be built at “Mogilev” Free Economic Zone in 2013, Andrei Kiselev, head of investments and foreign economic relations of the FEZ, told.
The Free Economic Zone “Mogilev” got a new resident – “Zavod Industriya Klimata” Lmt. (“Climate Industry Plant”). The founders of the plant are aimed at manufacturing ventilation system elements: air-conditioners, ventilators.
A new resident – «FOREMAN Products», Foreign Enterprise - has been registered at “Mogilev” Free Economic Zone. The Russian enterprise is setting up an enterprise for professional sports equipment manufacture at № 4 land lot of the Zone.
The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Turkey in Belarus Cevat Nezihi Ozkaya visited Mogilev as the first city in his tour about the Republic. The first object he visited was a twenty-storey building in the housing area “Sputnik”. The building is being constructed by the Turkish Company “Bosfor-Stroi”. Cevat Nezihi Ozkaya was pleased with what he saw.
Mogilev is to build a modern foundry which will specialize in car casting. This investment project is to be realized in the Free Economic Zone “Mogilev”. The site of the future foundry is already defined. The project is looking for investors. Its cost makes about Вr150 bln.
A foreign enterprise BelEmsa started construction of the plant producing nappies and personal hygiene goods. It is going to be the first in Belarus enterprise producing disposable diapers for babies and grown-ups.
Plant producing sandwich structured composites and thermal insulation materials was opened in Mogilev by “IZOBUD” company. Now the needs of the Belarusian consumers will be mostly satisfied by domestic industry production.
IKEA’s subsidiary is likely to establish wood-working plant in Mogilev. The negotiations are being held for several months already.
The project has been delayed as far as it could have caused certain problems to “Belesbumprom” (Belarus Production and Trade Concern of firesty, wood-processing and pulp-and-paper industry), but it seems to be moving forward.