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Resident of Advanced Development Zone invests $ 1 billion in production

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Anchor resident of ‘South Yakutia’ Advanced Development Zone - Kolmar group of companies - invested about $ 1 billion in production.
This was reported by Anna Tsivileva, Deputy General Director of Kolmar Group.

"We have now invested about $ 1 billion in the region. 3 000 people work at our enterprises. By 2021, when we start another coal-preparation plant, and we will become the number one company for the extraction, processing and transportation of coking coal - 7 000 people will work in our company. We understand that every employee has his own family. Without waiting for help from the state, we have taken on a greater social burden," said Anna Tsivileva.

According to the representative of Kolmar, the company compensates for the flight to the visiting specialists, pays for their education and rest. "We fully fund the gymnasium, where the children of our employees study. We support the technical vocational school, and then we hire the graduates for our enterprises. We create target directions for admission to universities. Now we have signed an agreement on the possibility to be treated, to be observed and to receive medical examination at the medical institutions of the Russian Railways, which are located in Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk, Khabarovsk, and Novosibirsk. This is important for people,” stressed Tsivileva.

The Kolmar Group of Companies includes the  Denisovsky and Inaglinsky Mining and Process Plants located in Yakutia, as well as KSL, which specializes in international trade. The company's balance reserves exceed 1 billion tons of coal, most of which are deficit brands of premium quality.

Currently, 7 applications have been submitted to the Corporation for Development of the Far East for the implementation of investment projects in the ‘South Yakutia’ Advanced Development Zone with an investment volume of 29.9 billion rubles. 5 projects for 29.7 billion rubles are being implemented, the press service of the Ministry for Development of Russian Far East reports.