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The Far East center for deep wood processing received the "Development Award"
The project “Creation of a Far Eastern center for deep processing of wood in the city of Amursk, Khabarovsk Territory with the organization of its own logging” became a laureate of the “Development Prize” in the nomination “Best project in industries”.
According to the company Dallesprom, the project will improve the structure and ensure the growth of the company's timber production, create about 700 new jobs, and increase tax revenues to the budget.
The volume of investment in the project will be 10,3 billion rubles. It was included in September 2009 of the list of priority investment projects in the field of forest development. The center is designed to provide comprehensive utilization of wood raw materials, both directly by the company, and low-grade wood from other loggers of the Far East.
The award ceremony took place at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum. The Development Prize was established in 2012 by Vnesheconombank and is designed to stimulate investment activity and evaluate projects at the all-Russian level.