Khabarovsk Territory

 
Sovetskaya Haven SEZ

Special Economic Zones: Port Zones

Focus industries:

 

  • Seaport logistics
  • Goods transportation and handling
  • Sea vessel MRO and re-equipment
  • Seafood and Sea products
  • Trading activities

SEZ area: 290 ha 

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Economics

GRP:

RUB 151 billion

Value Of Products Shipped:

RUB 111 billion

Budget:

RUB 43.8 billion

Fixed Asset Investments:

RUB 90 billion

Key Sectors:

  • Mechanical engineering
  • Chemicals production
  • Metal and steel
  • Metalworking

Major Enterprises:

  • Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aircraft Production Association
  • Amur Cable Works
  • Dalhimfarm
  • Komsomolsk-on-Amur Hoisting and Conveying Machinery Plant
  • Dalenergomash

Transportation

Rail:

Khabarovsk-2 station is the biggest rail hub on the Far Eastern stretch of Russian Railways Directions: southern (towards Vladivostok and Vostochny Port), western (towards Moscow), and northern (Komsomolsk-on-Amur)

Road:

Federal highways:

  • M60 «Ussuri»
  • M58 «Amur»

Air:

17 airfields of various classes operate within the Port Zone. The region’s biggest airport is Khabarovsk Novy.

Sovetskaya Gavan airport is nearest to the Zone.

Water:

Khabarovsk river port is the largest on the Amur. Other major river ports include Komsomolsk and Nikolayevsk.

There are sea ports in Okhotsk, Ayan, Nikolayevsk-on-Amur, Vanino, and Sovetskaya Gavan. Vanino is the region’s biggest sea port.

Social Indicators

Total Population:

1.4 million

Personal Incomes (Per capita monthly income):

RUB 19,200

Educational Institutions

30 institutions of higher education with 89,400 students

30 vocational schools with 27,300 students.