TOMSK, Feb 16 – RIA Tomsk.
Tomsk industrial companies in 2020 supplied 25 billion rubles worth of
products for the needs of vertically integrated holdings; according to
this indicator, Tomsk manufacturers, despite the COVID-19 pandemic,
remained at the level of 2019, Deputy Governor of the Tomsk region for
Industrial Policy Igor Shaturny told reporters on Tuesday.
it was reported that at the beginning of 2020, the Tomsk region signed
roadmaps on the supply of products of local companies with seven
vertically integrated holdings – Gazprom, Gazprom Neft, Rosseti, Inter
RAO, SIBUR, TVEL and Rosneft. In August, another agreement was signed –
with the Almaz-Antey company.
As follows from the
materials of the annual report of the governor for 2019 (published on
June 4, 2020), from 2013 to 2019, the supply of Tomsk products on the
roadmaps for the needs of corporations exceeded the amount of 55 billion
"In 2012, Tomsk companies supplied products for
vertically integrated holdings for only 300 million rubles... The
results of 2020 have not yet been fully formed, but we hope that Tomsk
companies will reach the volumes of supplies within the framework of
roadmaps to the extent of 2019 – that is, to the level of 25 billion
rubles", – Shaturny said.
According to the vice-governor,
Tomsk industrialists managed to maintain the supply of high-tech
products according on roadmaps even in the context of the COVID-19
pandemic. This was facilitated by measures to create safe workplaces, as
well as the creation of observers for employees by number of companies.
Also, a high level of production was achieved through interaction with
"The leaders of the Tomsk companies
involved our huge scientific potential in the work on the roadmaps,
carried out the reindustrialization of industry in the region, and today
we see the result. The enterprises were able to go through the most
complicated certification procedures and prove that the Tomsk industry
produces world-class equipment", – Shaturny said.