In the Industrial Zone of Almaty there will start the construction of new factories for the production of metal barrier fences, bridge and road groups and for the production of sandwich panels from mineral wool boards and metal sheets
The plant for the production of metal fences LLP “CELKONSAN Stroy” (Turkey) is planning to start in 2023. The cost of the project is 1.5 billion tenge; after its commissioning, 25 new jobs will be created. The plant’s capacity will be 12 thousand tons of road barriers and 15 thousand tons of hot-dip galvanized products per year.
The plant for the production of sandwich panels “Panelsan” (LLP “Almaty Sandwich Panel”) intends to produce up to 1 million square meters. m of products per year. The project cost is 3.7 billion tenge. About 100 jobs are expected to be created.
The event dedicated to the laying of capsules of new plants was attended by both investors of these projects and representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Turkey, JSC “NC” Kazakh Invest “, Social and Entrepreneurial Corporation” Almaty “(SEC Almaty), Industrial zone Almaty.
“Over the past few days, we have launched 7 new Turkish projects in Kazakhstan, including today two factories in Almaty. Our country has close ties with Turkey; it is one of the major investors in Kazakhstan. Today, about 3.5 thousand companies with Turkish capital are actively working in our republic. The volume of direct investments from Turkey to Kazakhstan is currently $ 350 million. This level has remained stable in the past year, despite the pandemic. Note that there are many small and medium-sized companies among Turkish investors. The importance of building these two plants is due to the growth of our construction industry. So, for example, last year Kazakhstan introduced about 15 million sq.metres new area, and this year it is planned for 17 million square meters. Meanwhile, we do not have enough building materials of our own production. For example, sandwich panels using the new technology are not yet produced in Kazakhstan. The construction of these factories will reduce the cost of building materials, ”said Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan Almas Aidarov.
To date, more than 50 investment projects have been successfully implemented in Kazakhstan with the participation of investors from Turkey. At the same time, comprehensive assistance to Turkish partners in the implementation of the above investment projects was provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Turkey, NC KAZAKH INVEST JSC and local executive bodies represented by the Akimat of Almaty, SEC Almaty, and the Industrial Zone of Almaty.