In the Novgorod region has begun construction of a factory IKEA

In the Novgorod region began construction of a furniture factory company IKEA. Swedish retailer for this project will be the largest investment in manufacturing facilities in Russia.

“The volume of investments will amount to more than 50 million euros. The new furniture factory will increase the production of furniture for the house that are most in demand Russian buyers. At the new factory will produce frames for PAX wardrobe and a new kitchen system method” - told representatives of the regional governor Sergei Mitin .

Swedish furniture factory will appear next to the existing factory production company flakeboards Village Podberezye: this venture company acquired in January 2013. It is expected that construction will be completed by the end of 2017. Due to the expansion of production “IKEA Industry” in the Novgorod region will be about 250 new jobs.

23 January 2015

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