German company SARSTEDT to Become Resident of Maryino Industrial ParkDuring the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum 2018 a trilateral agreement was signed on the construction of a new production facility at Maryino Industrial Park.
Maryino Industrial Park is an organised industrial territory in the Petrodvortsovy District of Saint Petersburg. The project is being implemented by VTB Group with the support of the Government of Saint Petersburg.
SARSTEDT Group, a German based family owned medical technology company, is acquiring a land plot of approximately four-hectare in size for industrial use in Maryino Industrial Park to build a new production facility. Total investment in the project will amount to at least RUB 750 million. The start of construction work is scheduled for 2018 and the commissioning of the plant is no later than end of 2019.
The new production facility will be equipped with state-of-the-art production equipment. At the new plant SARSTEDT will manufacture primarily blood collection systems meeting CE standards. The locally manufactured products will be supplied to medical institutions in Saint Petersburg and other Russian regions. After commissioning, approximately 40 highly productive jobs will be created over the next years.
The agreement on the construction of the new production facility on the territory of Maryino Industrial Park between the Government of Saint Petersburg, VTB and SARSTEDT was signed by the Governor of Saint Petersburg Mr G.S. Poltavchenko, the President and Chairman of the Management Board of VTB Bank Mr A.L. Kostin and members of the SARSTEDT Executive Board Mr. Timo Schretzmair and Mr. Rainer Schuster.
“After a long selection process that almost took more than one year we believe that our decision to invest in Maryino Industrial Park provides us with all the advantages we have been searching for: proximity to our clients, access to qualified personnel, a well-developed infrastructure and a highly professional management team from VTB Development and the City of St. Petersburg to support our localisation.” said Timo Schretzmair and Rainer Schuster of SARSTEDT.