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The Singapore company Bitumina is studying the possibilities for the construction of the plant in the Khabarovsk TOP
Representatives of the Singaporean company Baoli Bitumina Singapore examined the site for the construction of their plant in the Khabarovsk TOP, the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East reported.
Head of Bitumina Bernd Schmidt and President of Baoli Bitumina Dehun Zhou visited the construction site of the future plant and discussed the details of the project with Ivan Tonkikh, Director of the Department for Attracting Direct Investments of the Ministry of Eastern and Eastern Development of Russia, and Minister of Investment and Land and Property Policy Khabarovsk Territory Yuri Chaika. “The amount of investment in the construction of the plant is estimated at 50 million. In addition, we are planning to build an industrial park where Chinese companies could operate, ”said the chairman of the board of the corporation Dehun Zhou.
The plant plans to produce compositions and products based on bitumen, which is used for road surfaces, in the construction of railways, waterproofing bridges and structures. It is also possible to produce moisture-proof and roofing materials.
For the construction of the facility will require 15-20 hectares of land on TOP "Khabarovsk", in addition, it will be necessary to combine the production of transport networks to supply raw materials from an oil refinery in Khabarovsk. The plant's products are planned to be supplied for export to China, Japan, countries of South-East Asia.
At the meeting it was decided to create a working group that will accompany the project and solve all current issues. Also, Baoli Bitumina Singapore intends to invest about 200 million dollars in modernization of port facilities in one of the large Far Eastern port cities in order to create a modern terminal for the export of products.