China-Kazakhstan remanufacturing parks helps waste tire processing enterprises develop international markets

The Silk Road is a new economic development zone based on the concept of the ancient Silk Road. The Silk Road Economic Belt is a vast country with abundant natural resources and a total population of nearly 3 billion. It has a huge market scale and development potential. It is called the strategic energy and resource base of the 21st century. It is the most economically large corridor in the world with development potential.

Chinese and Kazakhstan heads of state group photo
Chinese and Kazakhstan Heads of State Group Photo
The Silk Road
The Silk Road

The heads of state of China and Kazakhstan have signed the "One Belt, One Road" strategic cooperation agreement. One of them was to decide to build the “Khorgos-Oriental Gate Circular Economy Remanufacturing Park” in the Sino-Kazakh border. The park covers an area of ​​3,000 hectares, of which the waste tire processing and recycling project is included in the car dismantling park, covering an area of ​​600 hectares. The park also plans to have supporting facilities such as electricity, gas, sewage treatment, logistics, and transportation. In addition, the Kazakh government has allocated 1,000 hectares of land near the park as a living service area for the park, including some dormitory, residence, hotel, and entertainment facilities.

In order to support the enterprises entering the park, the Kazakhstan government decided to provide the required land-use rights for 36 years free of charge and exempt them from the 36-year tax. Both China and Kazakhstan set up a special fund and plan to invest 28 billion yuan to build the park's public facilities and provide financial support and services for specific projects.

There are no legal restrictions on the entry and exit of used tires in Central Asia and Europe, where waste tires are available free of charge. Free tires are available in countries along the Central European Railway (which may

China-Kazakhstan Remanufacturing Parks Planning Diagram

China-Kazakhstan Remanufacturing Parks Planning Diagram

require a small amount of transportation handling charges) as a source of waste tire raw materials.

The industrial park has a population of 200,000 people, labour costs are much lower than domestic, low labour costs, low energy costs (Kazakhstan is a major oil and gas country), and can solve local employment problems.

The China-Kazakhstan remanufacturing park can expand its domestic and international markets with its fast Eurasian railway transportation line and unique geographical location advantages, and it has great political and economic influence. At present, the China-Kazakhstan remanufacturing park has completed the overall planning and is promoting the layout of specific projects.

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