Almost half a billion rubles will be invested in the don instrument industry

The agreement was signed today, July 9, at the site of the international industrial exhibition "INNOPROM-2018". The document was signed by the Governor of the Rostov region Vasily Golubev and the Director of the company" Rostagroservice " Oleg Noah. As the Governor emphasized, the project on which the agreement is signed, traditionally has a high degree of study.

The company has already started the construction of a production and warehouse complex in Aksai district. The volume of investments will be about 450 million rubles, the planned number of jobs – 250-300. The project completion date is 2021.

"The company's project will be implemented in several stages. First – transfer part of the existing production devices, namely agronavigator, blocks, control sections of sprinkler head units "Agroglobal". Land for the project belongs to us the rights of ownership, with a total area of 50 hectares. To date, a draft exit to the site, received permission for its construction, considering the issues of connecting sites to engineering infrastructure," - said the head of the company.

"This project is related to the infrastructure of the Northern bypass of Rostov-on-don and fits into the concept of Aeropolis proposed by the Ministry of economic development of the Rostov region. We will support the implementation of the project, as it involves investments in real production. Don industry in the last few years shows a very good dynamics. Experts estimate that the volume of industrial production in the Rostov region has grown by two and a half times over seven years. And we are interested in maintaining these trends, " said Vasily Golubev.

The company "Rostagroservis" – Rostov manufacturer of instruments for kurokabe and precision farming – working on the Russian market since 2005.

Rostagroservice Assembly plant is located in Aksai on leased premises. From there, the devices are delivered for export in CIS countries, as well as major local companies such as "Novocherkassk electric locomotive plant", "Clover" (included in GC "Rostselmash"), etc. In the future, the company plans to expand the geography of export of equipment, in particular to adjust the supply to Argentina, India, Peru, and Australia.

The company produces unique for Russia agricultural products that allow villagers to save up to 30 percent of resources-fuel and mineral fertilizers.

"We agreed that we will promote that our farmers interact with this manufacturer and can save resources," the Governor said. 


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