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Kolmar intends to develop tourism in Yakutia

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The Kolmar Group of Companies made a decision to develop tourism in Yakutia and established the Kolmar-Tour Travel Company, which has already been included in the Unified Federal Register of Tour Operators

This was announced at the business session of Invest in Yakutia!, held as part of the Days of the Far East in Moscow, by the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Kolmar Group LLC, Anna Tsivileva.


“Entering into the register is a confirmation of the legalization of the company's activities in the tourism market, as well as confirmation of its professional work in the field of tourism. Swiss, Germans, Russian businessmen were delighted with the unique Yakut nature, amazing culture and extraordinary cuisine,” said Anna Tsivileva.

Next year, the construction of an international two-story terminal, designed to serve 300 people per hour, begins in Neryungri. According to Anna Tsivileva, the passenger flow at the Neryungri airport has recently increased significantly due to the fact that the Kolmar company brings new employees here. “Realizing the importance of developing the infrastructure of the region and its transport accessibility, Kolmar paid for the design work for the reconstruction of the Neryungri airport building, which will soon allow the residents of Neryungri district to build a modern air terminal,” she noted. Kolmar paid 25 million rubles to complete construction of the Neryungri ‘Chulman’ Airport.

The Kolmar Group of Companies is a major coal-mining holding, which unites industrial enterprises for the extraction and processing of coking coal in the territory of the Neryungri district of Yakutia. The Company is currently implementing three major investment projects in the Far East: Denisovsky and Inaglinsky Mining and Processing Divisions, the anchor residents of the ‘South Yakutia’ Advanced Development Zone, and a specialized coal transshipment terminal VaninoTransUgol in the Khabarovsk Territory, which is a resident of the Free Port of Vladivostok.