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A new mineral fertilizer plant will create 1,5 thousand jobs in Primorye

Closed Joint Stock Company NZMU will build a mineral fertilizer plant in Nakhodka. The project will be launched in two phases: in the 2022 year - an installation for the production of methanol with an annual production of 1,8 million tons, in the 2024 year - two installations for the production of ammonia with a total volume of 1,8 tons.

According to Taras Ganaga, Technical Director of CJSC “NZMU”, a contract has already been signed for the design and construction of the plant. Documents have been submitted to the Russian government to expand the boundaries of the Neftekhimicheskaya Torah to include the plant. According to the company representative, even during the “tax holiday” the company will pay 3,5 billion rubles to the budgets of all levels, and after the end of the grace period - 14,1 billion rubles annually.

According to the press service of the Primorye administration, the company will create 1,5 thousand jobs. Local residents will be invited to unspecialized vacancies, but a problem may arise with chemical professionals, so the plant signed an agreement with the Far Eastern Federal University to attract professors from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology to conduct lecture cycles. The enterprise also developed the “10% Program”. According to it, 20% of workers from other regions will be attracted to the plant with the annual replacement of 10% for young coastal specialists. The latter will be gradually cooked in the province. Now NZMU is working on this issue with the Agency for Attracting Human Capital.

The governor of Primorye, Oleg Kozhemyako, advised the company’s management today to enter into agreements with students on educational loans or to train them in specialized specialties at other Russian universities. During the year, the head of the region also commissioned a project to create a basic college in Nakhodka or the nearest municipalities on the terms of a public-private partnership. This will allow experts to prepare for the opening of the plant in advance.