The factory "Naran" in the capital of Buryatia Ulan-Ude got on a new production line of the first ton of pure wool, thus revived the production of primary wool processing based on local raw materials.
The enterprise has launched a project worth 89 million rubles for the primary processing of raw materials. The amount of state support exceeded 18 million rubles. Use a closed, environmentally friendly washing system: the water is not discharged into the river, and is cleaned and reused. Factory bought the line for washing wool, thereby closing the production cycle: now the product at all stages of production at the plant.
Fleece is made not only boots, thanks to which is better known "Naran", but also the product of fine wool blankets, pillows, clothes. Starting the new line will increase, diversify, reduce production costs and expand markets.
The project is designed to use wool from Buryatia, Irkutsk region and the Trans-Baikal region. Annual volume — more than a thousand tons of wool. Such production was curtailed in the country for more than 20 years ago.
The head of Buryatia Vyacheslav Nagovitsyn said that the government is ready to Buryatia in the future to support the project.
"Soon we will launch the textile industry, which will not just sew finished products, but also to weave the fabric of this natural product. It is planned to create about thousands of jobs, this is an enormous undertaking, which should replace the "fine-manufactory" (TCM). We're going back to the days when they themselves were doing wool themselves completely reworked it into the fabric of cloth sewn finished products and sold, "- he said.
Textile production is scheduled to launch later this year in a former helicopter repair plant. This site offers an industrial park.
Ulan — Ude sapogovalyalnaya factory established in 1937. Since 1984, she joined the department "Naran". Now, LLC PO "Naran" — the largest company in Siberia and the Far East for the production of felt boots, produces up to 200,000 a year. Geography of deliveries: the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and Tuva, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk and Amur regions, Krasnoyarsk, Amur, Primorye, Kamchatka Krai.