The city enterprises actively participate in the Southern capital development

The city enterprises actively participate in the Southern capital development

On Tuesday, February 20, the Heads of enterprises of the Pervomaisky district, chaired by the Head of the City Administration Vitaly Kushnaryov, gathered in the territory of the Bizon South, LLC, to discuss the ways of the city's economy development in 2018.

The meeting of the Council of Heads was attended by Dmitry Chernyshov, the Deputy Head of the City Administration for Economics, Arthur Grigoryan, the Head of the Pervomaisky District Administration, the Chairman of the Pervomaisky District Board of Directors, and the heads of enterprises.

Vitaly Kushnaryov said, “In the difficult economic situation conditions, the Rostov Region enterprises continue to increase the development pace and add momentum.” The Head of the City Administration added, “Thus, the index of the shipped goods of own manufacture has increased, works and services by forces of the large-scale and medium-sized enterprises have been performed for 308.4 billion rubles.  This is 4.4% more than in 2016. Retail turnover in 2017 amounted to 457.8 billion rubles; this means an increase of 3.4%. The city investment portfolio has also been increased. According to operational data, the investments volume in the city's economy has amounted to 98.5 billion rubles, the growth rate has been 103.2% for 2017.”

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During the meeting, Sergey Sukhovenko, the General Director of the Bizon South, LLC, told about his enterprise activities and development indicators. "Bison" is the largest supplier of domestic and foreign agricultural machinery. It is also important that the company tests the effective farming methods, popularizes innovative agricultural technologies on its own experimental farms. Sergey Sukhovenko told how the company pays attention to social issues.

Much work on the development of children's sport, children's volunteer movements is conducted in the Pervomaisky district. This was reported by Natalia Simachenko, the First Deputy Head of the Pervomaisky District Administration.