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Pavlodar region is expecting the launch of five projects for the production of high-value added products. The regional akimat (administration) announced the details.

Earlier, Prime Minister Olzhas Bektenov instructed his deputy Roman Sklyar to hold talks with the owners of all large industrial enterprises and submit specific plans for the creation of new high-value added production facilities in the near future.

In response to an inquiry from the editorial board, the akimat of Pavlodar region reported that five projects with a total cost of 130 billion tenge will be implemented in the region in such sectors as construction industry, mechanical engineering, and petrochemistry. The projects will create 905 jobs.

In particular, the launch of two facilities with foreign participation is planned for this year. The project “Organization of mechanical processing of surfaces of products of various purposes in metallurgy, mechanical engineering and power engineering” with a cost of 7.2 billion tenge is under construction and installation works in the region. It is being implemented with the participation of a Russian company. The project is expected to produce 8.7 thousand products per year. It can create 60 jobs.

An investor from Turkey will help to launch the production of aluminum sheet and foil. It is noted that the construction of the enterprise will start in March this year. The supply of equipment is also expected during this period. The launch of the project is estimated at 8 billion tenge. The capacity is 18 thousand tons per year, and the number of jobs is 70. Aluminum sheets are in demand in the aviation and automotive industries, construction industry, food industry, and in the global market for the production of household appliances.

Next year, a Kazakh company plans to organize a mechanical processing site. The launch will cost 5.8 billion tenge. The capacity is 40.2 thousand units of wheel-tire products per year, or 4.02 thousand units of deformation tools.

A forging and tire complex is under construction in the region for 78.5 billion tenge. The enterprise may start operating in 2026. It will produce 54 thousand units of rough tires and 27 thousand units of gear blanks per year.

In the same year, it is planned to open a plant for the production of alkylate for 30.29 billion tenge. It is expected that 110 thousand tons of raw materials (butane-butylene fraction) will be processed here and 92 thousand tons of finished products will be produced per year.

Project details

Project Cost (billion tenge) Capacity Jobs
Organization of mechanical processing of surfaces of products of various purposes in metallurgy, mechanical engineering and power engineering 7.2 8.7 thousand products per year 60
Production of aluminum sheet and foil 8 18 thousand tons per year 70
Mechanical processing site 5.8 40.2 thousand units of wheel-tire products per year, or 4.02 thousand units of deformation tools
Forging and tire complex 78.5 54 thousand units of rough tires and 27 thousand units of gear blanks per year
Alkylate production plant 30.29 110 thousand tons of raw materials (butane-butylene fraction) and 92 thousand tons of finished products per year