ARKADY DVORKOVICH, DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION, HAS SUPPORTED ANGIOLINE PROJECT FOR EXPANSION OF INDUSTRIAL AREAS
Arkady Dvorkovich, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, has approved the implementation of the Angioline project, which provides for the expansion of production for endovascular surgery through the construction of a new building in the territory of the Biotechnopark in the Science Town of Koltsovo located in Novosibirsk. “I support the project”, said the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation during a meeting of the working group on the implementation of the economic reindustrialization program for Novosibirsk Oblast, which took place on January 30, 2018. The program for expansion of output of products for endovascular surgery was announced by the Company’s Director - Andrey Kudryashov. The amount of investments in the project provided by the company solely from its own funds is about 500 million rubles. The future innovative facility will be located at the area of more than 9,500 m2 and will create about 140 jobs. The construction of the main building is already underway and, according to the project, will be completed in 2019, and new workshops and laboratories, clean rooms, R & D units will be put into operation by 2020. Thanks to the extension of manufacturing capacities, Angioline will be able to significantly increase the output of medical products, some of which are currently unparalleled at the Russian market. According to the head of the E.N. Meshalkin’s National Medical Research Center, Academician Alexander Karaskov, this will result in hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of saved lives. Arkady Dvorkovich instructed the representatives of the regional administration “to take (partly administrative) control of the issue that medical institutions of the region should buy primarily domestic products”.