30 December 2009, Wednesday, 10:57
author: Elvira Latypova
33 new productions have been launched in Bashkortostan in 2009. The summary investments made 45 billion rubles. As a result more than 6 thousand workplaces were opened anew and preserved at 25 Republican enterprises.
Bashkortostan is considered one of few Russian regions, where industry form more than one third of GDP and one fourth of the Republican population is occupied in this sector.
78 big projects for the sum of about 600 billion rubles are either prepared or already realized on the territory RB and it means opening of another 60 thousand workplaces: the Ufa transformer plant, manufacturing of ceramic tile “LASSELBERGER”, the center of slow coking at JSC “UFANEFTEHIM”, assemblage of tractors “Belarus” on the base of the concern “INMASH” in Sterlitamac, production of turkey meat at the Bashkir poultry farm etc.
JSC “NEFTEKAMSKY motor-car plant” mastered production of new bus models jointly with VDL (Austria) and small business companies produce a part of components, plastic details and spare parts for the bus salons on the terms of outsourcing.
Production of the harvester “Challenger-647” is launched in Bashkortostan jointly with the Italian company “LAVERDA” and JSC “Bashkir trolley-bus plant” started to produce a new trolley-bus model jointly with JSC “NEFAZ”.
According to information of Ministry of industry and external economic relations RB realization of several projects of JSC “BASHKIRENERGO” will be continued in 2010. In particular, a gas-turbine station will be erected in Sibay and the system-forming sub-station will be put into operation in Ufa. The project on erection of the plant for production of ceramic brick will be under realization in Tuimazinsky region and the lime-cement plant will be put into operation jointly with the Czech Expert Bank in Utchalinsky region. It is also planned to organize production of building materials and pre-fabricated constructions for low building in Gafuryisky region.
According to the forecasts the fulfillment of these investment projects will help to open more than two thousand new workplaces in 2010.