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Address: Ventspils High Technology park 5, Ventspils, Latvia, LV-3602

Office in Latvia: 158 Brīvības Street, Riga, Latvia, LV-1012

Office in China : R. 1657, 16th Floor, Mid-Term Building, No.2000, Zhongshan North Road, Putuo District, Shanghai

For all enquiries, please contact us by:

E-mail: info@wasserkabel.eu

Phone number (Latvia): +371 26445599

Phone number (China): +86 (021) 56775361


Project “Production Facility of Capillary Tube Mats in Latvia”
JSC “Wasserkabel Baltic” since August 2015 implements project “Production Facility of Capillary Tube Mats in Latvia”. Project in accordance to contract signed on August 17, 2015, with Investment and Development Agency of Latvian and Ministry of Economics of Republic of Latvia is funded by Norway Grants in support program “Green Industry Innovation”.
Within the framework of project JSC “Wasserkabel Baltic” plans to establish a new and innovative capillary tube manufacturing plant with energy efficient heating/cooling system featuring wide application and significant contribution in reducing energy consumption and related environment pollution as well as heating/cooling costs.
Delivery and installation of equipment as well as knowledge transfer activities in cooperation with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and publicity events are planned in the project.
Project “Production Facility of Capillary Tube Mats in Latvia”, id. No. NOFI/LV06/AK2/14, contract No. NP-2015/24, is implemented using EUR 509’104 cofinancing from Island, Lichtenstein and Norwegian through Norwegian Financial Mechanism.
More information about the project can be obtained by contacting Aleksej Vasiļjev, aleksejs.vasiljevs@wasserkabel.eu, +371 26445599

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JSC “Wasserkabel Baltic” has concluded an agreement No. SKV-L-2017/434  on 31.08.2017. with the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia for support within the framework of the “Promotion of international competitiveness” programme, co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.