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Kazakh plant will supply 7,500 tons of rails to Russia

17 November 2017 [18:00] - TODAY.AZ

By Azernews

By Kamila Aliyeva

A document on cooperation was signed between Aktobe Relining Plant and Russian Railways JSC, Kazakh Prime Minister's press service reported.

The document was signed in Aktobe within the framework of the 19th session of the Kazakh-Russian Intergovernmental Commission on Trade and Economic Cooperation by leaders of Kazakhstan Temir Zholy JSC Kanat Alpysbayev and President of Russian Railways JSC Oleg Belozyorov.

Long-distance rails of high quality of Kazakhstan manufacturers will be used in the modernization of Russian railways.

By the end of this year, the plant will supply 7,500 tons of rails of P65 brand up to 120 meters long. The export potential of the Aktobe Relining Plant is more than 550,000 tons until 2020.

The meeting of the Kazakhstan-Russia intergovernmental commission was held by Kazakh First Deputy Prime Minister Askar Mamin and his Russian counterpart Igor Shuvalov.

"When the EurAsEC project was born, the leaders of our countries said that it was necessary to ensure real cooperation, real integration. This plant, Aktobe Relining Plant, is just the embodiment of this idea. I hope that the products of the plant will be in demand on the territory of many countries," he said.

Within the framework of the visit in Aktobe, the heads of the Kazakh and Russian delegations visited a number of social facilities, including the Nazarbayev Intellectual School and the Academy of Creativity.


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