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Kingiseppsky municipal district is located in the south-west of Leningrad region. It is bordered by Estonia, Slantsevsky, Volosovsky and Lomonosovsky districts of Leningrad region.
Distance to Saint Petersburg:110 km
Area: 2,907.1 km2
Population: 78,839 people (urban population – 72.6%, rural population – 27.4%)
Infrastructure: Kingiseppsky municipal district has a developed road network. The framework of general purpose highways is under construction around the main federal highways Kerstovo – Luzhitsy, A-180/E-20 Narva and its duplicate road Petrodvorets – Keykino.
The main regional roads connect federal motorways, maintain inter-district and inter-regional transport connections. Their traffic intensity varies from 1,000 to 3,000 cars a day. The total length of car roads is 600 km.
Mga railway station provides transport and economic connection of enterprises in Leningrad region, the Republic of Karelia and the Republic of Komi, Ural, Siberia and Central Asian countries both with Saint Petersburg and ports in the Gulf of Finland and adjoining states – Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia and Finland.
The analysis of production complex development over the last 5 years and long-term plans of the main manufacturing enterprises indicate industrial output growth. The dynamics of changes in the volume of produced goods has a positive tendency within these years. At the same time the share of industry in the economy is decreasing and this is related to the development of transport and construction branches.
The average number of employees at large and middle-sized industrial enterprises came to 5,437 employees as of 01.01.2018.
Industry of the district mainly consists of the following economic activities: