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The TECHNONICOL plant in Nizhny Novgorod celebrated 85 years anniversary

The TECHNONICOL plant in Nizhny Novgorod celebrated 85 years anniversary
13.02.2019

Only for the last year the plant increased labor productivity by 13%, reaching a figure of 19.7 million roubles per person per year. The plant provides modern waterproofing materials not only to the regions of the Central Federal District and the Volga Federal District, but also exports products to the Baltic States, Moldova, Ukraine, Georgia, and the Czech Republic.

The Nizhny Novgorod Cardboard-Ruberoid Factory was founded in 1934 for the production of soft roofing materials, necessary during rapid development of industrial and civil construction. In 2002 the plant became a part of the TECHNONICOL Corporation and received the necessary investments to upgrade outdated production assets. These measures allowed NKRZ to modernize the roofing production, install advanced high-tech equipment and begin production of modern roofing materials. Currently, the plant has three production lines with a total capacity of more than 60 million m2 of various types of soft roofing materials per year.

In 2019, the plant celebrates its 85 years anniversary. Today NKRZ produces a wide range of modern bitumen-polymer waterproofing materials. The company provides products not only to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Cheboksary, Kazan, Kirov, Vladimir, Ivanovo, Saransk, Penza, Yoshkar-Ola, but also actively develops exports abroad to the Baltic countries, Moldova, Ukraine, Georgia, and the Czech Republic.

“Our plant is dynamically and progressively developing. Over the past four years, we have carried out an enormous modernization of equipment, have significantly expanded our product range, increased the level of labor productivity, which in 2018 reached 19.7 million roubles per person per year. Much attention is paid to the environmental safety. New equipment, filtering systems have allowed us to reduce emissions significantly and fully comply with modern strict environmental requirements,” says Vladimir Kovalev, general director of the TECHNONICOL plant in Nizhny Novgorod.