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Only elevators go higher
The first electric elevator in Moscow was installed in 1901 in a commercial building on Rozhdestvensky Boulevard. Seven years later, the first public elevator was commissioned. It was installed in the Mur &Meriliz trading house (now TsUM) and at first it scared the visitors a lot. Today there are over 112 thousand elevators in the capital, many of them produced by Moscow elevator companies.
Employment outside the city center
In Moscow, the job creation stimulus program (JCP) is gaining momentum. Seventeen agreements have already been signed with investors. Developers are planning to build projects with a total area of more than 1 million square meters, such as schools, kindergartens, industrial parks, shopping and business centers, industrial complexes. A total amount of 83.4 billion roubles will be invested in these projects. Developers will be able to get 38 billion roubles in benefits from Moscow authorities.
FACTORIES AND PLANTS
The Kursk Nuclear Power Plant has the most powerful transformer in Russia, TC-630000/330. Its capacity is 630 MVA, and it weights 400 tons. This giant was produced in 2007 by the Moscow-based company Electrozavod that is a part of ERSO group of companies since 2021. Today, engineers of this innovative enterprise create digital twin power grids and ...
Concession records of the capital
In 2021, the capital entered into a record number of concession agreements, which develop urban infrastructure at the expense of business. Four concessions with a total investment of about 40 billion roubles were signed.
Magnet for investments
According to updated Rosstat data published in early March last year, the amount of investment in fixed assets in Moscow in 2020 was revised upward - from 3.57 trillion to 3.84 trillion roubles. And the increase for 2019 was 9.5% instead of 1.7%.
For years to come with quality assurance
Moscow authorities signed 52 life cycle contracts (LCC) for acquisition of urban electric buses and up-to-date medical equipment. The total sum of the contracts came to 64.2 billion roubles.
Urban motives in an industrial way
Demanded real estate and a rapidly developing innovative industry are the components of the success of any prosperous city. These sectors were really affected by the pandemic and the economic recession. However if 2020 could be called the year of survival, then 2021 is the year of rising from the ashes. This is clear from the trends in the global real estate market and ...
Collection by points
Annually Moscovites throw away nearly 400 thousand tons of computers, phones, TVs, microwave ovens, and other electronic devices. 80% of such waste ends up in landfills and contaminates nature. But soon the situation is about to change.
Minus nitrogen and phosphorus: new Moscow concession
In the last 10 years the inhabitants of the capital city reduced water consumption by almost 90 liters per day per person. This led to the reduction of waste water discharge. However, waste water became more polluted. In order to treat wastewater without causing any inconvenience to Moscovites residing ...
... Moscow roads has grown by 17% and reached 7,000 km. Dozens of new highways, junctions, tunnels and overpasses are firing the imagination of Moscovites with their futuristic appearance and complex architecture, but most importantly, they save the capital city from exhausting traffic jams.
Moscow Industry Day
On October 7, employees of enterprises in the capital of Russia celebrate their main professional holiday. It has been celebrated since 2017. It is timed to coincide with the adoption of the law "On Industrial Policy of the City of Moscow" in 2015. Thanks to this document, among other things, favorable conditions have been created in the capital for the development of both large and micro-enterprises. This is confirmed by positive statistics. In January – August 2021 ...
Space odyssey under the ground
October 27 is World Audiovisual Heritage Day. Thanks to this holiday, adopted by the UNESCO in 2005, millions of information media obtained protection: movies, radio and TV programs, audio records and photographs – everything that reflects history. The Space Mosprom travelling exhibition includes nearly 200 such archive photographs. Since October a themed train services the routes of Moscow underground.
"MOSPROM" through a kaleidoscope
Moscovites and guests of the city walking along the Abrat and Shkolnaya streets last month – from the 1 to 31 of August – could learn about Moscow factories and curious details of manufacturing thanks to a photo exhibition "Kaleidoscope "Mosprom".
For the past ten years the number of moscovites has increased, and their diet has become more diverse. For this reason from 2010 to 2020, food consumption in the capital has increased by 13%! What do muscovites eat and what are their favorite foods? Let's check the statistics.
"OPEN#MOSPROM": delicious tours
More than 1 million people took an online-tour to Moscow factories during a new season of the "Open#Mosprom with stars" project now they know how chips are made from salad, how to make medicines, and how to build well-known "Sukhoi" Superjet 100 airplanes.
FACTORIES AND PLANTS
Bologna sausage Doktorskaya, chocolate Alenka, sweet cream cheese Karat – for every Russian these are not just food brands. Each one of them has decades of history and has become one of the most loved products of the Moscow food industry. Indeed there is much to be proud of, but the most important thing is that the food industry is actively growing and its products win the hearts of connoisseurs of good food not only in Russia but also abroad.
New technology park for Greater Moscow
Specialized development company "BadAevsky" is planning to build an industrial technopark in Moscow with 300 employment places capacity in 2024, as defined by the third agreement signed under a job creation stimulus program.
Student, Open #Mosprom!
Moscow University and Polytechnic students are active participants of the Discover#Mosprom project. They take guided tours to Moscow plants and factories to get familiar with the present-day industry, to expand their intellectual horizon and to make a choice of a future job. We talked to students about their studies, career prospects and impressions of Discover#Mosprom.
Zavodila – bossing it
A raccoon called Zavodila has won a tough competition to become the new mascot for the Mosprom Spartakiad. From now on he will be the permanent symbol of this annual sports festival.
Moscow Technical School (MTS) portrait
The new platform "Moscow technical school" based on educational and scientific companies provides a flexible chain of competency centers, eliminating the shortage of qualified personnel and producing competitive products for the global market.
Green transformation of Moscow
Modern reality requires new, high-tech approaches to everything: production, transport, urban infrastructure. Recently, a panel discussion "Can industry be environmentally friendly?" was held in Moscow, where the city authorities discussed environmental trends with Businesses.
Borrowing for green expenses
Moscow will be the first Russian region to issue green bonds. The funds received from the Offering of these bonds will be used to finance and refinance urban environmental projects, primarily to reduce emissions from vehicles. We explain what green bonds are and what specific projects will receive investments.
First Industrial 5G Network at Schneider Electric Plant
Schneider Electric, a leader in providing digital power management and automation solutions, and Orange, an international telecom operator and digital services provider, announced the world's first industrial corporate 5G network.
IAD of former Moscow industrial zones What's New?
Every month, Moscow authorities make DECISIONS, WHICH bring NEW LIfe to city's inefficiently used industrial zones. The first two agreements on the integrated area development of the former industrial zones (IADs) - Oktyabrskoye Pole and Korovino - were concluded in 2020. Both agreements are with private investors. We'll ...
Novomoskovsky multidisciplinary Medical Center
In the Voronovskoye settlement, near the Golokhvastovo village in New Moscow, a unique 800-bed infectious complex was built that can be expanded to accommodate 900 beds; it was added to the in-patient hospital in Kommunarka and Infectious Clinical Hospital No. 1.
Moscow is top five in world's best cities ranking
In its latest World's Best Cities Report, Resonance Consultancy ranks 100 world's best cities with populations of more than a million, using a combination of statistical performance and qualitative evaluations by locals and visitors in 22 areas grouped into six core categories: Place, Product, Programming, People, Prosperity, Promotion.
THREE TRILLION TO BREATHE NEW LIFE into Moscow's industrial zones
Moscow has always been an industrial city. It ranked second in the russian empire for its abundance of factories and plants, over a thousand of which were located within city limits, marked today by moscow's third ring road and the moscow central circle.