The governor of the Voronezh region met with the leadership of the German holding BMA
In Moscow, the governor of the Voronezh region, Alexander Gusev, held talks with the leadership of the German holding BMA Braunschweigische Maschinenbauanstalt AG.
The meeting was attended by the deputy chairman of the regional government - the head of the Voronezh region representative office at federal government bodies, Alexey Aksyonov, the company's general director and shareholder of the BMA holding and SMAG Sebastian Brandeis, the general director of the BMA AG Dirk Steinbrink, the general director of BMA Russialand LLC Dzhambul Joasbekov and Commercial Director of BMA Russland LLC Fedor Semenov.
During the meeting, the parties discussed the possibility of implementing a project for the construction of a machine-building plant in the Voronezh region. At present, the placement of the production capacity of the company in the industrial park Maslovsky or a special economic zone of an industrial-production type «Center» is being considered.
The German holding BMA is the world leader in the design, construction and modernization of sugar refineries, equipment manufacturing and services for the sugar industry. It has subsidiaries in all key regions of the world (Russia, China, Brazil, USA, Tunisia, India). The head office is located in Germany, Braunschweig. Since 2011, the company is represented in the Russian Federation and the CIS countries through its subsidiary BMA Russland, registered in Voronezh.
BMA Russland LLC is the second largest company within the BMA group of companies and has about 200 employees, a head office and a design institute in Voronezh, two production sites (an assembly shop for automation cabinets, electrical cabinets in Voronezh and a machine-building plant in Liski). Manufactured products: design and working documentation for the construction and reconstruction of sugar factories, production of technological and auxiliary equipment, automation and electrification of production, and other specialized services.