The Ministry intends to accelerate the replacement of elevators in Russia

ECONOMY

MOSCOW, 7 Aug. /Basereporter.com/. The Ministry of construction of Russia plans after 2020, to be replaced in homes by 30 thousand elevators per year, which is two times more compared to current figures. So, in 2018, it is planned to upgrade about 15 thousand elevators. About it on Tuesday have informed “news” the Deputy head of Ministry Andrey Chibis.

“According to expert estimates, the volume replacement of elevators at no less than 30 thousand lifts per year roughly be reached after 2020”, – he said. To this volume must be prepared as manufacturers of elevators, and installing them.

The publication notes that only in Russia there are about 110 thousand elevators that are older than 25 years, which means the end of lifetime. To replace them with new ones, you will need about 221 billion.

According to the Lapwing, in 2018 it is planned to replace about 15 thousand elevators. The Deputy Minister explained that in 2015 we have repaired about 9.5 thousand in 2016 is 12.2 thousand in 2017 – more than 13 thousand.

Now in Russia there is a program for rapid replacement of elevators. The Ministry of construction launched the project in 2016 as part of regional programmes of major repairs. The program is designed for 3 – 5 years.

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