A COMPANY FROM SEZ TECHNOPOLIS MOSCOW LAUNCHES PRODUCTION IN CENTRAL ASIA
In May this year the first lung ventilators are going to be manufactured on the territory of Uzbekistan. A Slovak-Russian-Uzbek joint company Chirana Asia launches production. The company will be manufacturing the high-tech equipment unique in the Republic marked as Made in Uzbekistan.
They also plan to open a large-scale service and education center for seminars on the application of lung ventilators and anaesthesia-respiratory apparatus. Localization stage implies $8 million investment and about 100 working places.
The products will be sold on the territory of Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan.
The Russian-Slovak manufacturer Chirana+ is actively supporting the fight against COVID-19. The company has already supplied 34 units of medical equipment to the hospitals of the capital city since the beginning of the year and has also donated about 2.5 thousand expendable materials for medical equipment to Moscow hospitals and the same amount to healthcare centers of Uzbekistan. 32 units will be supplied to Russian hospitals by the end of April.