Palfinger Sany Cranes (a joint venture of the Austrian Palfinger and Chinese Sany) in partnership with the Lifting and Transporting Mechanisms Engineering and Technology Center (LTM ITC) launched an assembly production of boom cranes in Khabarovsk.
A Japanese consortium led by Sojitz and Khabarovsk Airport, OJSC began preparation of legal documents on the entry of investors in a project to build and operate the terminal at the airport of Khabarovsk. The construction will begin in the summer of 2017, as reported today by the Department of Information and Public Relations of the COMAX Managing Company, LLC. According to Dmitry Kuzmin, the Head of the Department, “the Parties began to prepare legal documents for the consortium of Japanese investors: Sojits Corporation, Japan Overseas Infrastructure Investment Corporation for Transport & Urban Development (JOIN), Japan Airport Terminal Co., Ltd. (JATCO) to join the project. The construction of the passenger terminal of the domestic airlines of the Khabarovsk International Airport is scheduled for the summer of 2017.”
The Chinese state corporation - China Communications Construction Company - is ready to become a co-investor of the project for the construction of a transshipment complex for the export of liquefied petroleum gas in Sovetskaya Gavan.
The construction of the second stage of the greenhouse complex of the Japanese JGC has started in Khabarovsk. It is expected that the erection works will be completed by September, as reported today to TASS by Yury Chayka, the First Deputy Chairman of the Khabarovsk Territory Government for Investment Issues and Priority Projects.
India’s SRAM&MRAM is interested in participating in investment projects of mining operations in the Khabarovsk Territory and intends to invest from 5 to 10 million dollars. This was reported today by the President of the company Sailesh Lachu Hiranandani.
As early as 2017, Chinese Chengtong may start the project to build a pulp mill in Amursk (Khabarovsk Territory).