The first deputy chairman of the party “Nur Otan” Mukhtar Kul-Mukhammed arrived in Pavlodar with a working trip. He paid a visit to some social and industrial facilities and emphasized the high rates of the development of the region.
First of all, the first deputy chairman of the party “Nur Otan” visited Pavlodar College of Non-Ferrous Metallurgy. He met with students of the educational institution and shared his impressions of the development of Pavlodar.
“When I come here, I learn something new and I am happy about it. Not so long ago, old houses in Aluminstroy district were very much in evidence. These houses were built in the Soviet times maximum for 5-7 years, but the Soviet Union collapsed and people still live in them. Almost 40 duplex-type houses have been broken down and multistoried buildings are built here. When this work is completed, Pavlodar will be more beautiful. And retail entertainment center “Batyrmall”? Here it is very beautiful: the lake with ducks and fish, ice palace, restaurant and cafes. That’s the way to develop”, Mukhtar Kul-Mukhammed said.
After that he paid a visit to the new dormitory for 200 people, which had been put into operation before the beginning of the academic year. The building for students was built as part of the implementation of the Memorandum of mutual cooperation, signed between akimat of Pavlodar region and ERG company.
Then the first deputy chairman of the party “Nur Otan” went to the special economic zone “Pavlodar”. He visited the plant producing alloyed aluminum “Guissenhaus” LP. As it turned out, the company launched one conveyor, one furnace and produced five tons of products. When the complex is built, the head plans to install one more conveyor.
“Nowadays, we have already signed a contract with the Russian company “K&K”, which will buy our metal and produce light-alloy car wheels from it. In addition, we plan to export our products to Germany. We have no problems with the sales market”, deputy director of “Guissenhaus” LP Ruslan Ibrayev said.
Mukhtar Kul-Mukhammed noted that Pavlodar region had always been one of the main industrial centers of the country. He said that KZ 1.1 trl had been spent and 35 new enterprises (600 new workplaces) built in the second five-year plan of the program of industrial-innovative development in the region.