The Technology Quarter

At the end of 2020, four more high-tech companies received the status of the Technopolis Moscow special economic zone resident. They will produce drugs, medical devices and equipment and design microchips.
Penta Group
Production: consumables for lung ventilators, blood and solution transfusion systems and blood collection containers

Investments: RUR 1.69 bn

Number of jobs: 277 employees
The plant will help increase the share of Russian products in the domestic market. The company's products fully meet the goals of import substitution - its products are made almost entirely of domestic raw materials.
Production: Development of element base for embedded solutions, aviation and space equipment

Investments: RUB 493 m

Number of jobs: 1,461 employees
In 2020, the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade named the company a key implementer of the Strategy for Russian Electronic Industry Development until 2030.
Production: Drugs for photodynamic therapy

Investments: RUB 50.5 m

Number of jobs: 27 employees
The method of photodynamic therapy is based on the selective API accumulation in malignant tumors, which are destroyed by laser radiation of a certain wavelength without damaging healthy cells. Rada-Pharma's share of the domestic market is currently about 66%.
Tyumen Plant of Medical Equipment and Instruments
Production: sterilizers, disinfecting and washing equipment, units for medical waste decontamination

Investments: RUB 46.1 m

Number of jobs: 34 employees
In 2020, the company supplied 300+ units of disinfection and sterilization equipment to medical institutions including hospitals where patients with coronavirus infection are treated. Supplies covered 7 regions of Russia.
Audience: 16+