The Swedish IKEA intends to open a small-format store in St. Petersburg. The outlet with an area of 585 square meters, which will be a design-studio of kitchens and wardrobes, is planned to be located in the Atlantic City shopping mall in the Primorsky District of the city, Delovoy Peterburg reports, citing the Director of IKEA Parnas Mikhail Kiyanov.
The South Korean KIA Motors plans to build an automobile plant in St. Petersburg. At the moment, the company’s representatives are actively searching for a new production site. Preserved GM site in Shushary and the territory near the Hyundai plant are among the possible locations, reports Delovoy Peterburg.
The construction of a plant to produce medical laboratory equipment of the major German manufacturer, Sarstedt AG & Co. KG, will start in St. Petersburg this autumn. Investments in the first phase of the construction will be about 1 billion rubles, as Maxim Meiksin, chairman of the Committee for Industrial Policy and Innovation of Smolny, told Internet Newspaper Fontanka.ru on August 1.
Colliers International consulting company has engaged the French hotel operator AccorHotels to manage the hotel as part of the new facility of the company named Union Invest Development Status by Salut! in Saint-Petersburg.
Stadler plans to build a tram production plant in St. Petersburg. As Fontanka.ru informs, the Swiss manufacturer has applied to Smolny to find a site for the enterprise. This issue has already been discussed at a meeting in the city administration.
According to the press service of EnVent, Sevkabel, together with EnVent Rus LLC, launched the first production line of self-regulating heating cables of Raychem BTV and Raychem XTV series in St. Petersburg.