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Moscow company SG-trans may register in Buryatia

20.02.2018 103 просмотров

According to the head of the republic, Sergei Tsydenov, one of the largest railway operators for the transportation of oil and gas and petrochemical cargoes "is considering the possibility of registering with us."


The Moscow company SG-trans is one of the leaders in terms of the number of specialized wagon fleet for the transportation of liquefied hydrocarbon gases - it manages more than 17 thousand wagons. In the ranking of the largest railway operators of the Russian Federation in terms of the number of rolling stock managed by JSC SG-trans, it ranks eleventh with a fleet of more than 25 thousand cars.


Tsydenov noted that the government of Buryatia is working to attract large companies to the region and offers them investment projects in various fields. “Among the advantages of Buryatia are proximity to Mongolia, China, good logistics for accessing Far Eastern ports, as well as good transport capacity,” the head of the region explained.


Earlier it was reported that at the Russian Investment Forum in Sochi, the authorities of the region entered into an agreement with the group of companies (GC) Novotrans, one of the largest operators of railway rolling stock in the Russian Federation and CIS. The Group of Companies will create an enterprise in Buryatia to develop promising deposits of coal and ore.


Thus, in 2018 Novotrans will become a tax resident of Buryatia. “Now all the papers are being processed, we are waiting for the procedure to end in March, and from March we will start receiving taxes from them to our budget,” Tsydenov said.

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