Reports on power generation and wind measurements were presented yesterday, on October 10, in the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Tatarstan.
Representatives of the Kazan State Power Engineering University held a presentation on the work done in the Spassky, Kamsko-Ustinsky and Rybno-Slobodsky districts of the republic.
Experts of the KSPEU worked over the course of the year at three sites: Izmeri, Sorochyi Gory, and Krasnovidovo. Research was conducted on parameters such as wind direction and speed, turbulence intensity and wind distribution. Based on these data, wind farms are expected to be built at these sites in the future.
Following the results of their work, the experts determined the parameters of electricity generation for a ten-year period.
From October 7 to October 11, the Agroprodmash’2019 exhibition was held in Moscow. The NPF Integral+ company (from Kazan, Tatarstan) presented the most popular models of packaging equipment and its main novelties of 2019, the Inpak-Tetra packaging machine manufactured in Tatarstan, which packs tea in pyramid bags, as well as a new high-performance Inpak-Ultra machine.
The company’s stand was visited by Minister of Industry and Trade of Russia Denis Manturov, he appreciated the company’s success in implementing the federal R&D programme, according to which the company is developing unique machines for packing boxes into a biodegradable film by the envelope method.
“In today’s realities, producing a fully eco-friendly packaging is 20% more expensive than creating the usual plastic one. However, film manufacturers are working on new technologies, which will eventually result in lower costs. And soon, recycling of packaging will become less economically feasible than using a truly eco-friendly biodegradable counterpart from renewable resources”, the company noted.
Based on information by NPF Integral+ Marketing Department
The leading global manufacturer in the woodworking industry – the Turkey-headquartered Kastamonu – celebrates its fifth anniversary in Russia. Since its plant was established in Tatarstan, the company invested US$ 771.8 million in the region.
The Kastamonu plant for the production of MDF, HDF, and laminated flooring opened in Yelabuga in 2014. Over five years, the plant’s production capacity has reached 1.05 million cubic metres of MDF boards and 35 million square metres of laminate per year. The company is a leader in the Russia’s market of flooring in the laminate segment with a share of 20%. Owing to the opened plant, 930 jobs were created directly in the plant, as well as 2,500 jobs in related areas and service industries such as logging, transport, and furniture.
Over the past five years, the company has significantly expanded its product line. The number of decors for laminate flooring increased from 45 in 2014 to 200 in 2019, and the number of decors for Evogloss MDF panels, which were launched in 2015, increased from 34 to 73. In addition, a new collection of Acrylic MDF panels appeared, which is currently represented by 14 decors.
Based on information by Kastamonu press service (AGT Communications Group)
On October 9, the Kazanskaya Yarmarka hosted the 24th International Specialised Exhibition “Health Industry. Kazan” and the 1st Specialised Exhibition “Beauty Medicine and Cosmetology. Kazan”.
On the same day, a round table discussion on “Urgent Problems of Medical Industry Development in Tatarstan”, organised by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Tatarstan, was held in the Tatarstan Conference Hall. It was attended by representatives of the Ministry of Health of Tatarstan, the Tatarstan’s Office of the Federal Service for Surveillance in Healthcare and Social Development, manufacturers of medical equipment, as well as specialised scientific and educational institutions.
Participants in the round table chaired by Deputy Minister Aleksey Savelchev discussed the most significant issues of the sector, in particular, re-registration of medical appliances under the new EAEU rules and participation in government procurement of goods, jobs, and services.
The exhibition is a significant event for healthcare and cosmetology experts in Tatarstan, as well as for representatives of the medical sector. Novelties in various fields of medicine are presented by manufacturers and suppliers of medical equipment and medical devices.
The exhibition will run until October 11; the event was organised with the support from the Ministry of Health of Tatarstan.
Today, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of Tatarstan Aleksey Savelchev and Deputy Director of the Department for Chemical Technology Complex and Bioengineering Technology at the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia Denis Latfullin visited the Kazan Synthetic Rubber Plant.
Representatives of the ministries take a tour of workshops where some work is getting underway to recover the production process, namely the running repairs of equipment. The progress of recovery work was reported by Director General of AO Sintez Denis Chernyshev together with Executive Director of KSRP Aleksey Konturov.
In addition, a meeting was held with representatives of energy supplying organisations. During the meeting, they confirmed their preparedness to resume the supply of energy to the enterprise early next week after signing the relevant agreements.
To date, measures are also being taken to purchase raw materials. The arrival of the first batch is scheduled for early next week.
Today, the city of Naberezhnye Chelny hosted ceremonies dedicated to the Mechanical Engineer’s Day 2019.
The festive programme began with an exhibition of achievements by Tatarstan’s mechanical engineering enterprises. A street display featured vehicles manufactured by KAMAZ, ElAZ, RariTEK, MTZ-Tatarstan, and other enterprises. At the exhibition site, MTZ-Tatarstan presented the Tractor Dance musical number for spectators: tractors of Belarus-80X and Belarus-320.4 models danced around to music. The indoor mechanical engineering display was located in the Organ Hall.
In the evening, a festive programme was organised for guests with vocal and choreographic concert numbers and speeches by official persons.
According to the event’s tradition, awards were presented to current and retired employees, labour dynasties of machine builders, and the best young engineers. The award ceremony was attended by Tatarstan President Rustam Minnikhanov, Minister of Industry and Trade of Tatarstan Albert Karimov, Mayor of Naberezhnye Chelny Nail Magdeyev, and other guests of honour.
In January to August 2019, the Republic’s mechanical engineering sector shipped goods, performed jobs, and rendered services in the total amount of RUB 311.1 billion (101% y-o-y).
Photo courtesy of Tatarstan Presidential Press Service
Today, as part of the celebrations of the Mechanical Engineer’s Day in Naberezhnye Chelny, the bust to the first Director General of KAMAZ, Lev Vasiliev, was officially opened at 2 Avtozavodskoy Prospekt of the city.
Tatarstan President Rustam Minnikhanov addressed the guests with a welcoming speech noting the invaluable contribution of Lev Vasiliev to the development of the city:
“Vasiliev is not only the history of the plant. During his ruling, the city, from a settlement of 30,000 people, grew up to 300,000 people with schools, streets, hospitals...”
Lev Vasiliev is a public official and industrial figure, a Hero of Socialist Labour, and Director General of the KAMAZ Production Association from 1969 to 1981. On February 7, 2020 Leo Vasiliev will turn 95 years old; he is still full of life and energy and lives in Moscow.
Today, Minister Karimov and top executives of industrial enterprises take a tour of the new production lines of the KAMAZ Cab Frame Plant.
After the tour, Naberezhnye Chelny saw the discussion of the issues of digitalisation at republic’s industrial enterprises. The workshop was chaired by Albert Karimov with the participation of Director General of KAMAZ Sergey Kogogin and the heads of major enterprises in Tatarstan.
Director of the Digital Technologies Department at the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia Vladimir Dozhdev spoke about measures to support enterprises under the Digital Industry programme. He stated that three Tatarstan enterprises expect to receive financial support for the development of their digital solutions.
Representatives of KAMAZ presented the measures for the development of digital design systems and a data-based decision support system. In addition, the event focused on the introduction of digital manufacturing using the example of Reell Engineering, on big data and on supply chain management in the automotive industry by Logio RUS.
At the close of the event, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of Tatarstan Almaz Khusainov described the benefits of participating in the Labour Productivity and Employment Support national project and told the audience about the CCIP, a corporate programme to improve competitiveness within the framework of the International Cooperation and Exports national project.
On October 9, the city of Naberezhnye Chelny will host events dedicated to the Mechanical Engineer’s Day.
We invite industry’s companies to participate in the following events:
1. Visit to KAMAZ factory (MES systems) and its Cab Frame Plant;
2. Workshop on digitalisation of republic’s industrial enterprises;
3. Opening of the bust to the first Director General of KAMAZ, Lev Vasiliev;
4. Celebration ceremony of the Mechanical Engineer’s Day 2019 in the Naberezhnye Chelny Organ Hall.
Information materials of the seminar entitled “Practices and Problems of Introducing Digitalisation Elements in Industrial Enterprises of Tatarstan” can be found here (in Russian).
September 26, 2019 saw the closing of the in-person phase of the Republic’s Engineer of the Year contest. After its completion, the Contest Committee determined the winners of the contest.
Today, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Tatarstan hosted the next organisational meeting of the Engineer of the Year event, at which the results of the Contest Committee were summed up.
Based on the examination results of the finalists’ works, each participant was assigned points, after which the contestants were invited to present their projects. The members of the Contest Committee were divided into categories of industries, with 10 experts representing each of them. The experts include representatives of higher educational institutions and technical experts of major industrial enterprises.
October 25 will see the All-Russian Applied Science Conference “Mentoring in Education: Present-Day Theory and Innovative Practices”. The need for the finalists of the Engineer of the Year contest to participate in the conference was explained by Maria Yermilova, a representative of the Kazan Open University of Talents 2.0.
According to her, following the results of the All-Russian conference, it is planned to organise an educational programme for the development of the super-subject skills of the finalists, for the exchange of experience and the integration of the accumulated engineering potential and skills into the republic’s mentoring system.