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OSK intends to give away under unprotected parks the unused part of the Amur Shipyard - EastRussia | Far East






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OSK intends to give out to the technoparks an unused portion of the Amur Shipyard

Special project TORA and Free Port
The President of the United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC), Alexei Rakhmanov, announced during the III Eastern Economic Forum (WEF-2017) about plans to transfer unused areas to investors included in the Amur Shipbuilding Plant Corporation (AES, Komsomolsk-on-Amur). According to him, a plan has been prepared for the modernization of the plant, according to which almost 570 thousand square meters. m plant area will be given under technoparks, related production, the formation of small and medium enterprises. A statement followed during the session “Integrated Urban Development. First plans: Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Free.

"The plant was built, as a kind of vertically integrated structure, in which there was everything - almost there from the ore produced ships. At the same time, if we look at today's parameters of competitiveness, we must be aware that such a territory is not needed by the factory ... In this sense, of course, for us either TOP or Freeport format would be very useful, as it will automatically attract site) of business, "- said the head of USC. He added that negotiations are already underway with two potential investors, one of whom is hatching a project for the production of special hire for shipbuilding, the second is the project of a center for the manufacture of metal structures for the needs of Gazprom's investment projects in the Amur region.

Mr. Rakhmanov expressed a wish to supplement the comprehensive development plan of Komsomlsk-on-Amur with “tools that would allow maintaining the competitiveness” of the PEA. He also noted the staffing difficulties of the plant, where the necessary specialists are already borrowed from the Zvezda plant (Primorye).