China State Construction Company China Railway Group became a participant in the project of building a high-speed railroad between Yekaterinburg and Chelyabinsk; the investment in the project will amount to $ 2.5 billion, said E Zhongqi, Chairman of the China Council for the Promotion of the International Trade of Heilongjiang Province, summing up the Fourth Russian-Chinese Expo in Harbin.
The project design for the construction of the Ural Glass Factory in the city of Achit has been approved. The Factory is a subsidiary of the Japanese Nipro Corporation. According to the Ministry of Investment and Development of the Sverdlovsk Region, the amount of investments in the works at the construction site and the facility equipment will be 268.5 million rubles. The new factory will be created on the site of the old glass factory in the village of Ufimsky, the Achit Urban District, that was built back in the 30s of the last century. The main goal of the revamping of production facility is further expansion of sales in the Russian market. The modernized production facility will create at least 77 new jobs.
A joint venture with the Japanese company for the production of refractory materials will be created in the Sverdlovsk region. This was reported in the Department for Information Policy of the head of the region.
On Thursday, a project for construction of the Urals’ glass factory owned by a subsidiary of the Japanese company Nipro Corporation has been approved. The facility is planned to be erected in the village of Achit located in the Sverdlovsk region, Russia.
The Chinese Yantai HuaCheng Medical Apparatus Technology Co plans to set up a production plant of vacuum systems of the third generation for taking blood tests in Novouralsk. Its capacity will be 100 mln test tubes per year, the volume of investment, 200 mln rubles.
Earlier today Boeing and VSMPO-AVISMA (the world’s largest titanium manufacturer making part of Rostec) have signed a project launch agreement providing for expansion of the capacities of joint venture Ural Boeing Manufacturing in the Special Economic Zone Titanium Valley (Sverdlovsk region),