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Tuesday, December 1st, 2020

In Mangystau region to construct shop for packaging production

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Beineu grain terminal was put into operation in 2010. On an area of 16 hectares automated workshops for processing grain and producing mixed fodders, an elevator are located. The terminal’s cargo turnover is 2 million tons per year. Annually 40 thousand tons of flour and 11 thousand tons of mixed fodder are produced.

Today 146 residents of Beineu district work here. Finished products are supplied to Mangystau and Atyrau regions, and also are exported to Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Iran.

Having examined the work of Beineu grain terminal, the Head of the region instructed to work out the issue of opening a shop for the packaging production for local producers in the industrial zone of the city of Aktau, and also to arrange flour export of Beineu terminal to China.

Then the Head of the region inspected the water treatment plant in the village of Beineu. The object was introduced in December 2016. The cost of the project, which is included in the state program “Aibula”, is more than 2 billion tenge. 5 water tanks with a capacity of 45 thousand cubic meters, a water filling station peeling up to 12 thousand cubic meters per day of Volga water were constructed. 65% of equipment for the station was purchased in Kazakhstan, the rest – in Germany and South Korea.

“Today, through the water supply, distilled drinking water is supplied to 9 442 residential homes in the village of Beineu. This is 82% of the population. To inhabitants of 2 massifs and other settlements of the district water is delivered by water carriers. 15 Beineu district residents work in shifts at the station. All of them were trained”, – Director of the water purification unit Kashkynbay Targynov.

Yeraly Tugzhanov instructed the Mayor of Beineu district Basshi Azirkhanov to develop a project on laying of a water pipe, which will provide high-quality drinking water to all residents of the district and a greenhouse.

Source: Kazakhstan 2050

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