This year, JFE Engineering, a Japanese company, starts implementation of a greenhouse project in the Primorsky Krai, the region with the largest economy in the Russian Far East.
The investor from Japan will build greenhouses with an area of five hectares in Surazhevka village located in the Primorsky Krai, the press office of the regional administration announced following the meeting with the official from Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Osama Hasiramoto.
“This year, Japanese JFE Engineering Corporation will start building greenhouses in Surazhevka village. This is a joint project with “Dalnevostochnoye” federal state enterprise, the largest greenhouse integrated plant in the Primorsky Krai. Amount of investments totals about one billion roubles,” Director of the regional International Cooperation Department, Alexey Starichkov, told reporters.
Earlier it was reported that the project would be implemented with the participation of Japanese Hokkaido Bank.
The project envisages active usage of gas.
At present, JGC Evergreen, a Japanese-Russian agricultural company is realizing a project for raising vegetables in the Khabarovsk region of Russia. The first line of project hit the shops of the Khabarovsk city in March 2016.