MTFJ GmbH plans to build in North Ossetia, the production of medical glass for 3 billion rubles.

Date: 10 October 2011
Source: http://www.steklosouz.ru
North Ossetia and the company MTFJ GmbH signed an investment agreement, which involves the creation of the republic in the production of the first hydrolytic class glass for medical purposes, has informed agency "Interfax-Yug" in an interview with the minister of economic development in the region, Zaur Kuchiev."The agreement was signed at an investment forum" Sochi-2011 "Chairman of the Government of the Republic Nikolai Hlyntsovym and CEO MTFJ GmbH Vladimir Gelber, according to which we can begin a project worth over 3 billion rubles for the Russian Federation's unique because it is unique, for the production of borosilicate, quartz glass, optical fiber, as well as the production of waste glass insulation material, "- said Z.

Kuchiev.

According to him, the realization of the investment agreement will be held in four stages. The modern factory will be organized on the basis of "Topaz." Reconstruction of not less than twenty objects, "Topaz".

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