Start of construction of Haier SMART plant

3 June 2021, Thursday

Today, in Naberezhnye Chelny, a solemn ceremony was held to start construction of the "Smart" (SMART) plant of the Hayer company with the participation of the President of the Republic of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov.

The Chinese corporation Haier is one of the largest investors operating in Russia. A memorandum on the construction of a smart plant in Tatarstan was signed in 2019 in the presence of the heads of state of Russia and China. The project is fully funded by Haier. Similar two factories are already operating in the PRC. The Chinese company is ready to transfer technology to Russia, in particular, to the Republic of Tatarstan.

“There are already three Haier factories in Naberezhnye Chelny, 1,500 jobs have been created. The volume of investments in them exceeded 10 billion rubles. Today we are launching a new project - a smart plant. This is a great achievement for us, ”the President of the Republic emphasized.

In 2020, all earthworks were carried out, today, work is underway on the construction of foundations.
Project implementation timeline - III quarter of 2022
The volume of the declared project investments - 5 billion rubles
The number of new jobs is over 800.

“In 2018, a delegation of the Republic of Tatarstan and I visited a number of Chinese cities to get acquainted with the advanced industries of the People's Republic of China. The "smart" plant in Naberezhnye Chelny is the industry of "Industry 4.0", the plant of that very industrial revolution. These technologies have come to our republic, and they are able to create the best production in the country, ”Taliya Minullina said.

“Smart production”, which is a whole ecosystem, where innovative products are mass-produced according to individual orders of consumers. Such a plant is a complex of automated digital modules interconnected both by integration into the internal information network and with the outside world.

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