Regional power will continue to contribute the work of enterprises with foreign investment

22 June 2012 16:20  22215178 015657
Regional power will continue to contribute the work of enterprises with foreign investment

A head of Regional State Administration Alexandr Ledyda attended the enterprise with foreign investment ‘Petro Carbo Hem-Mukachevo’, which is located in Mukachevo district on Friday, June 22. Alexandr Ledyda came on the invitation of the management in order to get acquainted with the production and discuss a number of problematic issues, - informs the press center of RSA.

Foreign Enterprise ‘Petro Carbo Hem-Mukachevo’ has been working in the village of Pavshyno since 2001. The facility is situated on the borders with Hungary, Slovakia and Romania. The main activity is a transit and pumping of petrochemical products from Kazakhstan, Central Asia and Russia in Europe. The first block of production is the chemical products’ pumping the second is propane and butane. More than 120 million hryvnia is invested into the company.

According to the ‘Petro Carbo Hem-Mukachevo’ director Sergei Poguliail, they have managed to establish the constructive cooperation with the village council, district and regional power over the years of work. However, the excessive law enforcement and supervisory authorities’ inspections sometimes interfere with the production process.

- The company has an opportunity to increase its production capacity, involve investment, but there are problems with the supervisory authorities. The regional power, in its turn, will take control over the enterprise activity and contribute to constructive problems’ solution, - pointed out Alexandr Ledyda. 


Tags: Ledyda, investments, business

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