Налайх дүүрэг


Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ Officials headed by Governor of the capital city and Mayor of Ulaanbaatar S.Amarsaikhan on April 9 worked at the Nalaikh Industrial and Technology Park of Building Materials (NITPBM).

On September 8, 2014, Ulaanbaatar city council passed a resolution to build the industrial and technology park and preparations were made in 2014-2016 to construct the park on 120 hectares of land. Between 2016 and 2020, the construction works have been carried out on the site.

According to the park’s engineer G.Purevdorj. there are plans to extend the NITPBM on another 130 hectares of land in phases between 2020 and 2024. Of the 80 companies that made their requests to operate at the park, 21 signed an agreement to start their business activities. Two factories are currently operating at the park and preparations are underway to open five more factories this year.

NITPBM Director S.Batjargal informed the Governor of the 2020 action plan of the park’s authorities.

Underlining the importance of quickly having the abovementioned companies start their operation, Governor S.Amarsaikhan noted that relocation of the businesses operating at 100 Ail construction material market will begin as soon as the infrastructure development of NITPBM is completed. He also instructed the park's authorities to work closely with the construction material retailers and wholesalers.

The Governor also met with representatives of the two businesses operating at NITPBM as well as the ones that are to start their operation this year and undertook to resolve the problems they are facing. Specifically, companies engaged in various fields such as production of copper wire and brass pipe, vehicle recycling, and concrete batching showed the Governor around their facilities.

A complete opening of the industrial and technology park will not only substantially contribute to the development of Mongolia’s construction material manufacturing industry, but also introduce new innovations and advanced technologies to the construction sector. Also, other expected benefits are two-fold increase of the country’s construction material production, availability of 1,500 new jobs, and much lesser centralization and environmental pollution in Ulaanbaatar.