New greenhouse complex to be built in southern Kazakhstan

The investment agreement on construction of the industrial greenhouse has been signed by the head of the Turkestan region (Kazakhstan) administration and the president of the AIC “Eco-kultura”, Mr. Aleksandr Rudakov. The governor, Mr. Myrzaliev named the future greenhouse complex the driver of the regional economics.

The contemporary mega-complex will be constructed in Kelessky area, the sides had earlier visited the future construction site and evaluated the landscape. The greenhouses will be equipped with all modern facilities, matching all the requirements for greenhouse vegetable growing. The production will be based on environmentally friendly technologies, just as in all other greenhouses of the enterprise: no chemical additives or plant stimulants will be used.

According to the representatives of the Kazakh side, the project completion will enhance the development of the agricultural complex of the region as well as boost the economy of the country.

The overall greenhouse acreage will comprise 500 ha. The main vegetables grown there will be the highly demanded varieties of tomatoes. The construction of the complex is the unique project in its scale. Overall amount of investments of 1.3 billion USD and 10 000 new working places will be required for its completion. Launching of the final stage is planned for 2023.

Apart from the local government and the holding representatives, JC NK Kazakhinvest and Green Land Alatau companies took part in the agreement, as well as Eurasian Development Bank. After the agreement has been signed, the participants conducted negotiations and discussed the project realization plan.

The future complex will become the biggest greenhouse in the republic.

Source: Eco-Culture

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