MINSK, 4 January (BelTA) – In January-November 2011 over 60 investment projects were completed, representatives of the State Committee for Science and Technology of Belarus told BelTA.
The projects were implemented in various branches of the economy. Minsk Automobile Plant (MAZ) has created new facilities to build automobile cranes. The Minsk-based plant Kalibr has commissioned new equipment and has modernized existing manufacturing equipment. OAO Lantan has undergone retooling, with new jobs created. The fuel supplier Vitebskoblgaz has opened a new shop to make nourishing soils and heap peat. Grodnoenergo has built and commissioned a 1.5MW wind farm in Novogrudok District.
The paper factory Spartak has been retooled and rebuilt. The Mogilev-based artificial fiber plant has commissioned a new line to make films using the double bubble technology. Grodno Khimvolokno has commissioned an installation to make granulated zytel polyamide used to manufacture threads for cord fabrics and composite materials.
A large number of investment projects has been implemented by enterprises of the Agriculture and Food Ministry. For instance, the Minsk bakery has built a line to make short-sliced pasta products. The Glubokoye animal feed mill has commissioned a line to process colza oil seeds. The Kletsk animal feed mill has remodeled a pork shop. Mogilevkhlebprodukt has built a new grain storage facility in the town of Bykhov. Brestkhlebprom has started manufacturing coating chocolate at the Baranovichi bakery. Other investment projects have been accomplished by various Belarusian enterprises.