Inmesol SL

The project is carried out as part of an agreement signed at the Sochi 2010 International Investment Forum.

The new production facility is being built at the village of Maryanskaya by OOO Inmesol, an official representative in Russia of the Spanish factory Inmesol SL, a manufacturer of eponymous gasoline- and diesel-fired power plants. The facility is already partly operational, with construction on phase three underway simultaneously. As part of the project, an industrial building has been completed to house power generator manufacturing shops. When it reaches its design capacity, the Krasnodar-based Inmesol will manufacture 800 tons of European-standard fencing systems and up to 2,000 tons of electric power generators.

Some RUB 360 million is being invested in the new facility. The company has created 50 new jobs, with ten more specialists to be hired once the project is completed. The plant is expected to become fully operational in 2016.

For the record, 223 large investment projects valued at more than RUB 1 trillion and with terms of completion extending through 2030 are at active implementation stages in the Krasnodar Territory. These include nine investment projects involving foreign investors from Austria, Germany, Spain, Norway, Turkey and France valued at a total of RUB 11.5 billion. Some 46 projects worth RUB 55.2 billion are scheduled for completion by the end of 2015. As a result, the region will get 2,800 new jobs and annual tax receipts for all levels of government will exceed RUB 1 billion. When completed, the projects will give a boost to the investment component of the territory’s economy and help increase the well-being and quality of life of Kuban’s residents.

25 June 2015
6.5 mln
Jobs: 50
Krasnodar territory

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Inmesol SL


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Private company

Inmesol (Spain) is a prominent designer and manufacturer of a wide range of gen sets and diesel power plants. The power plants are controlled manually or electronically and can be used for backup or permanent power supply.

The power plants are produced using modern equipment installed at the more than 30,000-square meter facility. Inmesol operates six manufacturing lines: Metal processing, welding, painting, electrical, electronic, and assembly. Automatic and manual quality control is performed at all stages of power plant manufacturing, including pre-sale preparation and packaging.

Inmesol is part of the Solano group.