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Title to land
Full site preparation
Proximity to main arteries and transportation hubs
Professional management
Build-to-suit option

Maryino Industrial Park

Location

1.5km
to Ring Road

Total park area

130 ha,
Plots starting from 0.8 ha,
Property ownership

Project status

Site preparation completed

Financial partner

VTB Bank (PJSC)

Maryino Industrial Park, for which 130 ha of land has been allocated in Petrodvorets District, was created for the purposes of accommodating manufacturing enterprises. Maryino is located 3 minutes’ drive from the Ring Road, 20 minutes from Pulkovo International Airport and Bronka Seaport, 30 minutes from Big Seaport of Saint Petersburg and 40 minutes from the downtown core. The Ring Road allows for cargo-transport access to all radial arteries, including those heading to Moscow and Finland.

Maryino Industrial Park is St. Petersburg’s only industrial park to be developed as a greenfield project. The project’s partners are the management company VTB Development, the engineering company Capital-Energo LLC, and financial partner VTB Bank (PJSC). The project is being supported by the St. Petersburg City Government.

Key advantages of the Maryino Industrial Park

Industrial-purpose land plots for sale

Services for investors and lessees

The industrial park’s services allow investors to build a plant or warehouse in minimal time with minimal risk:

  1. Utility networks connected to each land plot.
  2. All industrial lots connected to the road network.
  3. Management company offers build-to-suit services – construction of an industrial or warehouse building tailored to the client’s needs and technical specifications. This allows industrial enterprises to minimize their construction and organizational risks.
  4. Industrial-purpose land buyers investing over RUB 300 mln in the project are entitled to receive tax breaks.

Specific capacities

Electricity

353 kW

Gas supply

118 m3/hour

Water supply

12 m3/day

Sewerage

9 m3/day

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Industrial-purpose land plots

According to St. Petersburg’s General Plan and Rules of Land Use and Development, the territory of the park is classified as industrial-purpose land. A functioning system of utility networks – connections to which are located within plot boundaries, an established road network, and approved urban-development documentation – all of these factors help to support the rapid launch and successful operation of investor-enterprises.

The “standard investor’s package” includes:

Any investor has the option to conclude a build-to-suit agreement and get a finished production building meeting the necessary technical, sanitary and operating requirements. The territory of the park is equipped with checkpoints, ensuring the security of the enterprises found inside. The shape of the plot and its location within the industrial park are determined on an individual basis, according to the investor’s requirements.

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Legend

  • management company office
  • Neudorf 110 kV power substation
  • distribution substation
  • water meter ubit
  • sewerage pump station
  • rain water local treatment facilities
  • security check point
  • technical zones
  • car parking area
  • 35 kV power lines exclusion zone
  • best route
  • vacant areas
  • occeupied areas
  • power lines
  • water pipes
  • rain water drainge
  • gas pipes
  • domestic sewage
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Location

  • Ring Road – 3 min
  • Pulkovo Airport – 20 min
  • Bronka Seaport – 20 min
  • Big Seaport of Saint Petersburg – 30 min

Land plot

  • Total area: 130 ha
  • Rights: Private ownership

Infrastructure

  • Gas, water and sewerage pipelines
  • 30 MW of power capacity
  • Rain water local treatment facilities
  • External and internal road networks
  • Security check points

Connection points to utility lines are located along of each land plot.

The shape of the plot and its location within the industrial park are determined on an individual basis, according to the investor’s requirements.

Any investor has the option to conclude a build-to-suit agreement and get a finished production building meeting the necessary technical, sanitary and operating requirements.

Phase one of the industrial park was the opening of enterprises representing the Finnish paint-and-coating manufacturer Teknos and auto-part maker DIPO, as well as a subsidiary of the leading French holding Plastic Omnium. In 2017, we anticipate the opening of an Admiral-Terminal-SV Group logistics complex. Park residents also include Yo-Mobile, Diesel-Energo and Tekhnoexim

Teknos – paints and coatings production

DIPO – plastic fuel systems production
Admiral-Terminal-SV – logistics group
Diesel-Energo – industrial diesel generators production
Yo-Mobile – cars assembling

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Technoexim – new automotive systems, units and components production

Maryino Engineering Company is a member of the Russian Association of Industrial Parks, and the park itself is certified compliant with the National Standard GOST R 56301-2014 “Industrial Parks. Requirements”. Maryino is the winner of numerous Russian and international competitions and awards. In 2016, an award for outstanding business-project achievement was conferred by AmCham in Russia. In December 2015, the St. Petersburg City Government presented Maryino Management Company with the honorary “Investor of the Year” plaque in the nominating category “Site Development Project with Investments up to 3 Billion Rubles”. In 2014, the project won the FIABCI Prix d'Excellence in the nominating category “Best Industrial Park”, taking third spot among industrial investment projects in the rankings compiled by the RF Ministry of Industry and Trade.

National Standard GOST R 56301-2014 – Certificate of operating industrial park No. 12 AIP 2016-2019

St. Petersburg City Government Award “Investor of the Year”, 2015

AmCham Russia Award for Significant Achievement in Business, 2016

FIABCI Prix d’Excellence as the best Industrial Park of the Russian Federation, 2014