In the Tula region, before the New Year holidays, investment agreements (Invest-day) were solemnly signed. Governor Alexei Dyumin signed 13 agreements with investors who planned to implement their projects in this region in various industries. The press service of the local administration reports that the total investment is over 33 billion rubles.
Investment projects will help the development of the region's territories. As part of their implementation, it is planned to create 1.2 thousand new jobs. “We offer investors an open dialogue, reduced tax burden, developed infrastructure and preferences. The business community sees and appreciates this, new investors are coming. Companies that have been working here for several years now trust us and expand their production, ”the press service quotes the governor as saying.
If we consider the largest projects, we can single out PJSC Cherkizovo Group, which plans to create 100 jobs and allocate 3 billion rubles to expand the currently operating production. The project envisages the creation of a processing food cluster in the city of Efremov, Tula region. In this city, the Biokor organization will allocate 1.8 billion rubles for the creation of an enterprise for concentrated protein feed products and lactic acid for food and technical purposes. The company will provide jobs for 97 people.
McCain Foods Rus will place its site in the special economic zone "Uzlovaya". The company is an international leader among frozen food producers and plans to create 160 jobs. Investments in this project are estimated at 12.7 billion rubles. It should be noted that the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia assessed the effectiveness of Uzlovaya at 100%. This year, 7 new residents have appeared in it. In the same economic zone, another company Halmek Lithium is going to open an enterprise for the production of lithium compounds. Project investments amount to 3.65 billion rubles. The organization intends to create about 135 jobs for the population.
One of the agreements was also signed with Shchekinoazot. The project involves the construction of an enterprise for the production of low-methanol formalin (concentrated), with a production capacity of 110 thousand tons per year, as well as urea-formaldehyde resins and urea-melamine formaldehyde resins (capacity 220 thousand tons per year). Project investments amount to about 2.8 billion rubles. Shchekinoazot will provide the city with 50 new jobs. The press service of the regional government notes that the implementation of this agreement will contribute to an increase in the export of non-primary non-energy goods.