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The Nokian Tyres Company Group has increased the production capacity of their plant in Vsevolozhsk up to 17 billion tyres per year, as reported by Andrey Pantyukhov, the Company’s General Director. In 2017, the Company invested €55 million in the plant, most of which was used to launch the 14th production line to be completed with equipment within 2 months, Pantyukhov said. Since 2005, the Company has invested €924 billion in the plant.
The German Lorenz Snack-World, specializing in the manufacture of snack products, will open a new production shop in the town of Kirishi in the Leningrad Region. The new production facilities will enable the company to increase its own capacity by almost three times – from 2 to 5.5 thousand tons of pretzels and straws per year.
The Finland’s company intends to locate an enterprise with a capacity of 30 million liters of products per year in an area of ​​7 hectares, in the Greenstate industrial park.
The Croatian Vulkan Nova intends to start the production of their equipment at the Vyborg machine-building plant (VMBP). Today it was announced by Aleksey Rakhmanov, the President of the United Shipbuilding Corporation, JSC (USC).
The Austrian Mayr-Melnhof Holz invested 850 million rubles in the production of fuel products in the Boksitogorsk District of the Leningrad Region. On Monday, this news was announced by the press services of the regional government.
The authorities of the Leningrad region are holding negotiations with investors from China on the construction of a light railway running to the town of Sertolovo. As TASS news agency reports on Tuesday, this is a company from the Chinese region of Inner Mongolia, which has an extended experience in similar projects implemented at home and in Russia.

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