The Shcherbinsky Elevator Plant has started serial production of elevators with a speed of up to 2.5 meters per second, which are designed for high-rise buildings. This was announced on Tuesday, July 26, by the head of the investment and industrial policy department of the capital, Vladislav Ovchinsky.
He noted that in 2021, Moscow enterprises produced about 15 thousand elevators. This is almost half of all the elevators produced in the country. At the same time, nine thousand of them were manufactured at the Shcherbinka plant.
— The company’s new elevators will be in demand in the construction of buildings, including residential ones, up to 140 meters high, which is about 40 floors. These elevators will be able to lift up to 1.6 thousand kilograms”, specified the head of the department.
He added that currently the company’s production capacity is 12,000 units per year.
Today, plant specialists are working on the first order. A high-speed premium elevator will be manufactured for the new multifunctional scientific and educational building of the Moscow State Technical University named after NE Bauman, writes the official website of the Moscow mayor.
Before that, it became known that two new factory buildings will be built on the Zelenograd Alabushevo site of the Technopolis Moscow special economic zone (SEZ) by the end of 2022.
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