New enterprises to appear in industrial zones of Kazakhstan’s Turkistan
Baku, Azerbaijan, Feb. 8
By Rashid Shirinov – Trend:
Eight new enterprises will start production in the industrial zones of Kazakhstan’s Turkistan region this year, Trend reports referring to the Kazakh media.
In particular, it is planned to launch in Turkistan city a workshop for office furniture production, a plant for the production of fiberglass reinforcement, reinforced concrete, paint and forged products, a plant for building dry mixes production and a high-tech enterprise producing 1,000 POS terminals and 200 self-service terminals per year.
Moreover, an oxygen workshop and a plant for the production of asphalt concrete mixtures will be launched this year in the Kentau industrial zone, and a modern automated plant for the production of 150,000 tons of large-format ceramic blocks and facing bricks per year is being built in the Kazakh-Turkish industrial zone Badam.
Also an asphalt plant is going to be launched in the Maktaaral industrial zone.
At the same time, the Greenfield project is being implemented in the Turkistan industrial zone – it is an industrial park where novice businessmen will be provided with ready-made production facilities with preferential rent and the right of subsequent redemption.
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