Russian Railways JSC (RZD), Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Sojitz Corporation signed a Memorandum of Understanding in the framework of the International transport and logistics forum PRO//Movement, reports the correspondent of TASS from the document signing ceremony.
During the SPIEF, the Far East Investment and Export Agency, the Japanese Sojitz Corporation and MKR Capital signed a memorandum of intent on implementation of a full-cycle plant-growing project on soy, rape and rape oil production in Primorye, the Ministry for Development of Russian Far East informs.
On the margins of the Eastern Economic Forum, the “Azot” (“Nitrogen”) Siberian Business Union, Sojitz Corporation, and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries signed a memorandum on the construction of a new gas chemical complex in Kemerovo.
Russia and Japan are considering localization of power equipment production in the Far Eastern Federal District. It follows from the materials to the agreement that has been executed today within the framework of the Oriental Economic Forum (OEF-2016).
The document has been signed by the head of RusHydro, Mr. Nikolai Shulginov, and the senior CEO of Sojitz of Japan, Mr. Hiroshi Matsumura.
According to the Khabarovsk regional administration, in Tokyo, the representatives of Japanese company Sojitz Corporation and the Russian delegation agreed that the new passenger terminal of Khabarovsk airport will establish a joint venture, 51% of which will be held by the airport, and 49% - by the consortium of Japanese investors. Sojitz will coordinate the works and Japan Airport Terminal Co will manage the terminal.
A new passenger terminal with a total area of 47,000 square meters and capacity of 3.5 million passengers will be constructed in the Khabarosk airport with participation from Japanese investors, the First Deputy Minister for Development of the Far East Alexander Osipov reported on January 26.
According to him, Khabarovsk Airport JSC will establish a joint venture in order to construct the terminal. 51% of shares will belong to the airport and 49% of shares will belong to Japanese investors, which include the company Sojitz Corporation.
“Total project investments amount to 5.3 billion rubles. The project also entails the construction of a 1.2 billion ruble airport hotel, which is to be executed by the Japanese hotel chain developer Toyoko Inn,” Osipov said.
Khabarovsk International Airport is the largest airport in the Far Eastern Federal District. According to data from 2014, over 2 million passengers used the airport’s services over the course of the year.
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Sojitz Corporation was founded in 1892 and is one of the leading trading corporations in Japan. The company’s annual turnover is $39.28 billion (based on the corporation’s 2014 annual report). The company’s headquarters are in Tokyo, and there are currently representative offices in over 30 countries. Sojitz Corporation has been successfully operating in Russia for over 60 years. The company’s main activities include plat projects (in the gas and petrochemical, iron and steel industries) and a co-generation system, machinery, coal and timber industry, medical equipment and chemical industry, energy and natural resources.