JSV “Belzarubezhstroy” to build a converter production facility for CJSC Stadler Minsk, and Institute BelNIIS RUE to provide engineering services


Free Economic Zone “Minsk”, Fanipol

Text and photo: Andrey Smirnov


JSV “Belzarubezhstroy” will build a converter production facility for CJSC Stadler Minsk and Institute BelNIIS RUE is going to provide engineering services. On November 25 the three companies signed a contract for construction of a converter production facility at CJSC Stadler Minsk premises.

According to Mr. Brunner, “construction of the new production facility is part of the large-scale investment program of CJSC Stadler Minsk. The investment shall be around EUR 35 million, which was discussed on May 29 during the meeting of the President of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko with Stadler Group owner Peter Spuhler”.

The General Director of Institute BelNIIS Oleg Leshkevich emphasized the significance of this project for the development of cooperation between Belarus and Switzerland and told about the part the Institute will have in the project: “As per the customer’s assignment, we will provide a full range of engineering services and construction management, including engineering supervision”.

JSV “Belzarubezhstroy” management informed that “according to the contract, the company will perform survey and design works, as well as construction and installation. The construction of the facility will take around one year”.

On the photo (left to right): General Director of Institute BelNIIS Oleg Leshkevich, CEO of CJSC Stadler Minsk Philipp Brunner, Director General of JSV “Belzarubezhstroy” Vitaly Bondarik.


CJSC Stadler Minsk is a Belarusian industrial company within Stadler Group producing rolling stock. The company has been manufacturing railway vehicles since 2014. The number of employees is over 700. Stadler Minsk manufactures rolling stock for railways in CIS countries with 1520 or 1524 mm track gauge. The company designs and manufactures city and shuttle, intercity and interregional trains, trams and subway trains and provides warranty and post-warranty service of the rolling stock.

Stadler has a 75 years’ experience in producing rolling stock. The company, whose headquarters are located in Bussnang (eastern Switzerland), offers comprehensive railroad transport solutions. It has a number of production, service and engineering branch units all over the world – in Switzerland, Germany, Spain, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Belarus and USA with over 7600 employees. There are also service branch units in Algeria, Denmark, France, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Sweden and the UK. Stadler offers a wide range of city transport and railroad products: trams, tram-trains, subway trains, shuttle and city electric trains, long-distance trains and high-speed rolling stock. Stadler also produces passenger cars, as well as train and switching locomotives, including Europe’s most powerful diesel electric locomotive. Stadler is the global leading manufacturer of rolling stock for rack railway.

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Republican Scientific-Research Construction Unitary Enterprise Institute BelNIIS provides comprehensive expert and technical support for construction business in the Republic of Belarus, including a full range of engineering services, comprising both administrative and general contractor functions.

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