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A CUSTOMS INFRASTRUCTURE IS HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED IN NOVAYA CHARA VILLAGE TO RECEIVE FOREIGN EQUIPMENT ARRIVING AT UDOKAN

A CUSTOMS INFRASTRUCTURE IS HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED IN NOVAYA CHARA VILLAGE TO RECEIVE FOREIGN EQUIPMENT ARRIVING AT UDOKAN
The Novaya Chara railway station in Kalarsky region of Zabaikalye has received a permanent customs controlled area. A respective order was signed by customs colonel Konstantin Starodubtsev, Head of Chita Customs Office. At the same time, a temporary customs warehouse has been erected at Udokan site to house 600 containers.
The warehouse covers an area of around 50 hectares in close vicinity to the Plant construction site, and has fencing and all necessary infrastructure in full compliance with the Customs Laws.
“A permanent customs area and a temporary warehouse are established in Novaya Chara, which will allow for a considerable shortening of customs procedures and fast tracking of the Plant construction, – noted Mr. German Mironov, General Director of Baikal Mining Company. – We appreciate all the efforts made by the Zabaikalsky Krai Government and Chita Customs Office to support the project”.  
According to hem, the equipment supplied by a Finnish company Outotec will arrive at Udokan from 43 countries across the world. The deliveries will, for instance, be carried out from EU countries, China and SAR, through the customs points in Zabaikalsk, St. Petersburg, and Vladivostok.
As explained by Mr. German Mironov, the first delivery of the processing equipment at site, Ball Mills in particular, is scheduled for May of 2020.
18 June 2020