About the Technopark
In accordance with the instructions of the Administration of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated July 27, 2021 and the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated July 29, 2021, as well as in accordance with the agreements reached during the visit of the President of the Republic of Tatarstan R. Minnikhanov to the Republic of Uzbekistan on June 16-17, 2021, a project is being realised to establish Chirchik Chemical Industrial Technopark in Tashkent region (similar to Khimgrad Technopolis).
The decision on the project was aimed to establish a favourable business environment and investment climate, realise investment projects to establish high-tech and modern facilities for the deep processing of mineral resources and the production of competitive products in the domestic and foreign markets, as well as generate new job positions in Tashkent region.
The Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan «On measures on establishment of Chirchik Chemical Industrial Technopark» in Tashkent region No. PP-116 was adopted on February 3, 2022.
In accordance with the decision of the Supervisory Board of Uzkimyosanoat JSC in the structure of Uzkimyosanoat JSC, Directorate of Chirchik Chemical Industrial Technopark LLC with 100% equity participation of Uzkimyosanoat JSC was established.
Also, in accordance with the decisions of the Supervisory Boards of Uzkimyosanoat JSC and Khimgrad JSC (Republic of Tatarstan), Management Company of the Chirchik Chemical Industrial Technopark JV LLC was established with equal shares of Directorate of Chirchik Chemical Industrial Technopark LLC and Khimgrad JSC.
In total, the territory of Chirchik Technopark is 31.2 hectares and is divided into 3 sites, where construction and installation work is organised by objects in stages.
Separate tax, customs and currency regimes have also been established for special economic zones, as well as various options for financial support of Chirchik Technopark residents.
Uzkimyosanoatloyiha JSC was appointed as the General Design Organisation.
UzGASHKLITI State Unitary Company was involved for the technical survey of existing buildings and structures, as well as geological and topographic survey work on the site.
The State Inspectorate of Construction Supervision for Tashkent region of the Ministry of Construction was involved in the inspection of building materials obtained as a result of dismantling.