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    Gazprombank Leasing won the auction for the supply of equipment for the Nizhny Novgorod region

    Gazprombank Leasing and the Urban Improvement Plant of the city of Balakhny, Nizhny Novgorod Region, entered into a leasing agreement for the supply of 21 units. special equipment. The delivery of equipment is planned until May 31, 2024, the contract amount is 253.5 million rubles.

    The Urban Improvement Plant carries out activities for landscaping the territory of Balakhna, operation and maintenance of roads, hydraulic structures, etc.

    Maxim Kalinkin, Executive Vice President of Gazprombank, General Director of the Gazprombank Leasing Group: “Our company is socially oriented, and financing projects for the modernization of various fixed assets in regions plays a huge role for us. Last year, Gazprombank Leasing financed contracts in the Nizhny Novgorod region for the financial lease of modular fire stations and lighting systems, and this year – municipal equipment. We plan to continue to implement significant projects of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation in order to develop and improve the regions.”

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