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ANO IPA attracts co-investors in the Khabarovsk project for the development of channel deposits

Amur-Ruslo-Dobycha LLC is implementing a project in the Khabarovsk Territory for the extraction of non-metallic building materials from riverbed deposits, as well as processing into finished products in the form of dry building mixtures. Project support, including the search for co-investors, is provided by the Far East Investment Promotion and Export Support Agency (ANO IPA).

According to Aleksey Chepurnykh, director of the investment department of ANO IPA, the use of large mining, transshipment and transport equipment and the use of hydraulic dredgers in the Khabarovsk Territory channel deposits are an effective and economical method for the extraction and processing of large volumes of building rocks. The development of channel deposits of quartz sand and sand and gravel mixtures using high-performance mining and transshipment equipment, as well as water transport, allows for low production costs of mineral resources, and, therefore, high profitability of production.

“The project includes the extraction and processing of sand and gravel from the Troitskoye-2 field. The organization of production lines requires heavy quarry equipment, and new equipment will also be purchased for channel deposits of sand and sand and gravel materials. The project will use the capacities of the cargo port of Troitsky, the investor will acquire port cranes, berth walls, electric networks. The company also intends to purchase various types of river vessels. As part of the project, a plant for the production of dry construction mixtures will be built. The profitability of finished products with its own extraction of raw materials is over 200%. The estimated investment volume will be 1.2 billion rubles, of which 411 million rubles are the company's own funds. Additional investments of the order of 792 million rubles are required. We evaluate the project as cost-effective.

He noted that dry building mixes will be in demand in Komsomolsk-on-Amur and Khabarovsk. In Komsomolsk-on-Amur alone, as part of a comprehensive development plan for the city, it is planned to build 21 facilities with a total value of about 50 billion rubles. “To implement this program of the regional government for construction, such materials as concrete of various grades, dry mixes, crushed stone, medium sand, coarse sand, gravel mix, sand and gravel mix will be required. Stable sales will be provided by the constant market demand for materials that are currently expensive due to their importation from the Central regions of Russia. In turn, we made a forecast of sales volumes for key commodity groups until 2029 and made an assessment at their prices, ”said the representative of ANO IPA.

Alexey Chepurnykh believes that the project is attractive in terms of logistics. The cargo port of Troitsky has a convenient geographical location, relative to the channel deposit, which is located 3 km from the port, and relative to the largest cities of the region - Khabarovsk (186 km) and Komsomolsk-on-Amur (219 km). This gives an advantage when supplying construction projects located between these cities, and taking into account the need for reconstruction of the Khabarovsk-Lidoga-Vanino highway, the port together with the field will be key suppliers of basic building materials. At the same time, reconstruction and expansion of the railroad are planned along the route Khabarovsk - Komsomolsk-on-Amur - Sovetskaya Gavan, the construction of a mining and processing complex at the Malmyzh deposit,

Information provided by the press service of the Far East Investment Promotion and Export Support Agency

 

 

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