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2013-12-27 12:22:37

KALUGA, Russia, December 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Anatoly Artamonov, the Governor of Kaluga region located some 180 km to the southwest of Moscow, took part in the ceremony of commissioning a top-notch family cattle farm in the village of Plyuskovo, Kozelsk region. The project of this robotized agricultural outlet has been implemented in the format of a special-purpose program for the development of cattle breeding farms in the Kaluga region in the period of 2012...

2013-12-26 08:23:35

MOSCOW, December 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Modern nanocenter to emerge in Obninsk On December 20, Russia's first and Europe's major technological complex for the production of foam glass ICM Glass Kaluga, of the project company Rusnano, was commissioned in the industrial park Borovskoye. The ceremony was attended by the Kaluga Region's Governor Anatoly Artamonov and chairman of Rusnano's board Anatoly Chubais. The facility is aimed at hi-tech production of...

2013-12-10 12:21:49

KALUGA, Russia, December 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A delegation of Japan Association for Trade with Russia and Newly Independent States on a two-day visit to Kaluga region. On December 5 the governor of the Kaluga Region, Anatoly Artamonov, met with a delegation of the Japan Association for Trade with Russia and Newly Independent States (ROTOBO) that paid a two-day business visit to the region. It was a second time the Japanese partners visited Kaluga. Proxies of...

2013-11-08 12:20:07

KALUGA, Russia, November 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A tyre factory has become the 28th member of the Kaluga automotive cluster A tyre factory of Germany's concern Continental was inaugurated in Kaluga on October 29, with the region's governor, Anatoly Artamonov, taking part. The event was yet another in a series of successful joint projects the regional government and its development institutions implements with its long-standing business partners. As he addressed...

2012-12-21 12:20:07

KALUGA, Russia, December 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The first foundation stone of what in three years' time will become Volkswagen's new plant for the production of internal combustion engines in Kaluga was laid on December 11. The event was attended by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, Kaluga Region Governor Anatoly Artamonov, and a board member of Volkswagen AG responsible for production, Dr. Michael Macht. As of 2015 this plant will be providing Russian-made...

2012-12-06 08:20:09

KALUGA, Russia, December 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The 500000th motor vehicle rolled off the Volkswagen Group Rus plant's assembly line in Kaluga on November 21. The jubilee car, a Volkswagen Polo sedan, painted the official colors of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics and Paralympics, was handed over to the city's sports and fitness center Leader - a municipal budget-funded institution whose mission, among other things, is to promote physical rehabilitation and social...

2012-10-30 07:21:05

KALUGA, Russia, October 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Within three days participants of a forum discussed a wide range of the organizational and legal and technical questions concerning development of domestic automobile industry branch. Thus the special attention was given to an assessment of efficiency of measures of the state support of this sphere. Speaking at plenary session, the governor of the Kaluga region Anatoly Artamonov noted that in six months of this year more...

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2011-01-19 06:05:00

A Russian waterworks company is using giant African snails to become living sensors that can monitor air pollution coming from a sewage incinerator. The company is using six snails in a ground-breaking manner to monitor pollution from an incinerator that burns sewage residue on the outskirts of Saint Petersburg, the utilities company told AFP in a statement. The Achatina fulica snails, which can grow to 8 inches in length and are widely common throughout Sub-Saharan Africa, were used because...

2008-06-26 06:03:00

French company L'Oreal has signed an investment agreement with the government of the Kaluga region in Russia to construct a cosmetics plant outside Kaluga. With an estimated investment of E45 million, this plant will reportedly produce 300 million units annually, most of them being hair-care items. The company said that it will enter into partnerships with existing manufacturers of packaging and other service providers along with making use of local raw materials. Anatoly Artamonov,...