Central regions | Technology & innovation

Sophisticated measuring equipment production planned in Moscow

3 Jul '20
The production of innovative measuring equipment, a resident of the Technopolis Moscow SEZ, the company Piezus LLC, will launch in September, the investor will invest 120 million rubles, said Vladimir Efimov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations.
“The investor will develop the high-tech sub-branch of the measurement equipment industry that is in demand. Already, this manufacturer provides products to the largest construction companies in Moscow, and in the future the products will be actively used in the implementation of the renovation program. In the next five years, 120 million rubles will be allocated for the development of the project, the company will create about 60 jobs, and tax revenues to budgets of all levels will amount to 5.2 million rubles, ”said the vice mayor.
According to the head of the Department of Investment and Industrial Policy of the city of Moscow, Alexander Prokhorov, devices of the technopolis resident are used by such enterprises as GBU Gormost, Mosvodokanal JSC, and MOEK PJSC.
“The new plant will produce analog and digital pressure sensors and submersible hydrostatic level sensors. The production will not only be aimed at import substitution, but will also allow the company to strengthen its position in the markets of the CIS, Asia, Europe and developing countries, where there is already significant interest in these products, ”he added.
The status of a resident of the Technopolis Moscow SEZ will allow the company to direct more investments in the acquisition of the latest high-tech equipment and the development of advanced instrumentation technologies, said Gennady Degtev, Director General of the Technopolis Moscow SEZ.
“The new plant will appear on the site in Pechatniki, which gives the company the opportunity to gain access to the city's transportation routes and major capital customers. Residents can save up to 47% on taxes and other mandatory payments annually. The saved money can be used to develop high-tech production, raise quality standards and expand the range of products, ”said Gennady Degtev.
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