President • 23 August, 2019

The Head of state visites several factories in Karagandy region

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President Kasym-Zhomart Tokayev, who arrived with a working trip to Karaganda region, visited a number of objects of the special economic zone "Saryarka", reports 

Introduction to industrial potential of the region started from "Boehmer Armature" company. It has no analogues in Central Asia, the company manufactures ball valves on German technology. Products of this brand are in demand in the oil and gas sector and housing and communal services.

Then the Head of state visited the first old vehicles disposal factory "Recycling Company". The President was particularly interested in the work of the smelter and shredder technologies, which allows processing up to 50,000 cars per year. A comprehensive approach to the collection and recycling vehicles will allow us to upgrade the car Park of the country and improve ecological situation.


In the wholesale and distribution center "Alfarah" Kassym-Jomart Tokayev visited the cross-dock, climate warehouse, and wholesale-retail center. The President noted the importance of expanding the transit and logistics capabilities of the facility and the need to use the Karaganda experience in other regions.

There was also a presentation on the progress of housing construction in Karaganda. New architectural solutions that will change the appearance of the regional center in the near future were presented. Akim of the region Erlan Koshanov reported on the construction of housing, social facilities, sports facilities that will form a new center of Karaganda.

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