AoKR/Dega Development – DEGA-Krasnodar Industrial Park – Krasnodar Krai - Project Profile
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The Administration of Krasnodar region (AoKR) and Dega Development OOO, a subsidiary of Dega Group, plan to develop the Dega-Krasnodar industrial park on 330ha of land in Krasnodar, Russia.
The project involves the construction of a logistics cluster, manufacturing and light industry clusters, a medical cluster, an agricultural machinery cluster, production units, warehouses, retail units, an administrative space and access roads, and the installation of machinery, safety and security systems.
The project will be developed in phases.
The first phase of the industrial park will be developed on 66.4ha of land.
An in-house division of Dega Group will undertake the construction.
In June 2017, an agreement was signed between regional administration and the developer Dega Development OOO to implement the project.
Draft planning and land surveying are underway and are expected to complete by the fourth quarter 2017.
The Dega-Krasnodar involves the construction of an industrial park on a 330ha of land in Krasnodar, Russia.
The US$353 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a logistics cluster
2. Construction of clusters of manufacturing and light industry
3. Construction of a medical cluster
4. Construction of an agricultural machinery cluster