Central regions | Industry, manufacturing

Lindab to launch $33m metal plant in Yaroslavl

4 Sep '09
Swedish company Lindab has invested $33m building a plant to produce light metal structures in Yaroslavl, the company reports.

The plant is scheduled to be put into commission this month.

The plants projected annual capacity is 15,000 metal structures is scheduled to be reached in 2012.
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