• OFFICE SPACES
    OFFICE SPACES
  • FREE-OF-CHARGE TECHNOLOGICAL CONNECTION TO NETWORKS
    FREE-OF-CHARGE TECHNOLOGICAL CONNECTION TO NETWORKS
  • TAX REMISSIONS
    TAX REMISSIONS
  • PREFERENTIAL TERMS FOR BUYING GROUND AREAS
    PREFERENTIAL TERMS FOR BUYING GROUND AREAS
  • FREE CUSTOMS ZONE
    FREE CUSTOMS ZONE
  • BUSINESS INFRASTRUCTURE
    BUSINESS INFRASTRUCTURE

Located in immediate proximity to global transit corridors, the Port Zones provide access to the fast-growing market for port and logistic services in the Russian Far East and in central Russia.

The distinction of the Special Economic Zone based on Ulyanovsk Vostochny Airport is its proximity to the Ulyanovsk Aircraft Cluster factories. It creates development opportunities for aircraft maintenance and reconfiguration businesses.

The Port and Logistic Zone in Khabarovsk Territory is focused on creating a modern diversified port and dockyard centre that will take advantage of the favourable geographic position and the existing infrastructure.

Priority development directions:

  • aviation eqipment production;
  • technical maintenance and repair of aircrafts and sea ships;
  • cargo logistics and transhipment;
  • port activities;
  • maintenance of bulk-oil processes;
  • extraction and recycling activities.
  • SEZ «Ulyanovsk Vostochny»

    Located in the immediate proximity to transport corridors, which gate 19% of the world aviation traffic;

    Access to the maintenance and repair services market for aircrafts of foreign manufacture;

    Access to air transport infrastructure;

    Access to qualified work force;

    Avaliability of the existing aircraft componentry cluster;

    World’s second longest civilian runway

  • SEZ «Sovetskaya Haven»

    Access to Tatarsky Straits, which is the only natural shelter for ships, regardless of the wind direction;

    Proximity to the world trade routes;

    Access to the Baikal-Amur Mainline - the transshipment point of the West-East transit corridor;

    Access to the express transit way with exit to the Pacific coast of the USA and Canada.