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In the Irkutsk region, investors will build a plant of glass-composite materials - EastRussia | Far East

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In the Irkutsk region, investors will build a plant of glass composite materials

LLC "Tulun Glass Composites Plant" intends to build in Tulun a mining and processing plant and a plant for the production of products from glass-composite materials. The total amount of investments will be one billion rubles., 20% of this amount will be invested by investor Denis Shershnev.

The plant will produce geotextiles, reinforced road mesh, various pipes, reinforcement for concrete, supports, roving, fabrics and composite materials. In a year the enterprise can do 25 thousand tons of production. Now the project is being coordinated, the issues of construction and connection to networks are being resolved.

As the press service of the government of the Irkutsk region informs, the new enterprise closely cooperates with the innovation and technological center of the Irkutsk Research and Development Technical University. Specialists have developed production technologies for 27 types of products. At the initial stage of the work will receive 250 people, all in all, one thousand workers will be needed.

The site for the construction has already been determined, now it is coordinating the allocation of the site and its transfer from the land of housing to industrial construction. Investors plan to start construction of the mining and processing plant this year, and the plant itself - in May 2019.