The construction of a new woodworking production began at the site of FEZ Grodnoinvest in Smorgon
The Smorgon Experimental Forestry has started the construction of a new woodworking plant on site No. 11, sector 2 of FEZ Grodnoinvest in Smorgon. Production launch is scheduled for the 4th quarter of 2021.
Now the following works are being actively carried out at the site: the foundation for the future production workshop and storage facilities is being laid, an artificial reservoir for firefighting purposeswas dug, the necessary engineering infrastructure is being created.
The Smorgon Experimental Forestry Enterprise was registered as a resident of FEZ Grodnoinvest on December 30, 2020 with an investment project with an investment project on the woodprocessing plant for the production of wood fuel-pellets. The total investment costs will amount to over 2.5 million euros. All of manufactured products will be exported.
The new production will strengthen the furniture cluster operating at the industrial site of FEZ Grodnoinvest in Smorgon. The production facilities of the Kronospan Group of Companies, Shinaka Mebel Bel, a number of large companies from other industries are already located here.
In total, over 20 woodworking companies with capital from Belarus, Russia, Austria, Poland, the Netherlands, Germany and other countries are registered in FEZ Grodnoinvest. They produce various types of products, form more than 80 percent of industrial production and woodworking exports in the Grodno region. The construction of a large woodworking enterprise on the site of FEZ Grodnoinvest in Svisloch was recently launched.
The administration of FEZ Grodnoinvest is ready to provide support for the implementation of initiatives and projects, to choose the required investment site, to help to establish contacts on production cooperation with residents of FEZ and other partners. For example, the FEZ administration recently organized an online conference on the development of the woodworking and furniture industry in Belarus during COVID-19, which was attended by experts from Belarus, Poland and Ukraine. Our contacts: tel. +375 (152) 41-23-17, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.