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Penza region to lay down new roads towards “Otvel” industrial park

13:51 | 13.07.2015 | Society

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Penza, 13 July 2015. PenzaNews. The Penza region will lay down new roads to “Otvel” industrial park using the funds allocated from the federal budget, announced Alexander Grishaev, acting regional Minister of Construction and Urban Amenities, during the meeting session held on Monday, July 13.

“We will use them to complete the plumbing and power line installations and fully build the roads,” he said.

According to him, the first stage of road construction works are already complete; however, they decided to procure the asphalt with better weather resistance.

“Currently, the biggest issue for the industrial park is the construction of waste disposal facilities. The investors may consider building their own local ones,” Alexander Grishaev noted.

In his turn, the acting governor of the Penza region Ivan Belozertsev reminded that “Otvel” is managed by the Penza Region Development Corporation, while two more industrial parks are currently lacking the management company.

“Perhaps we could assign three parks to one entity,” suggested the head of the region and instructed to analyze the issue further.

“Otvel” industrial park is located in the Bessonovsk area of the Penza region. It spans over a territory of 136.87 hectares by the M5 “Ural” federal highway.

The object has been under construction since 2013 using regional and federal funds. It received over 230 million rubles in 2013-2014.

The external communications of the location has been completed in 2014, and the construction works are scheduled to be completed in late 2017.

The chief resident of “Otvel” industrial park is “Ozgur Bricks,” a Turkish company that currently prepares to open its ceramic bricks production factory using the facilities. The company aims to produce the first batch of ceramic bricks there as early as in Q1 2016.

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