Geography

The industrial park is located in Smolevichy district, Minsk region, 25 km from Minsk, the capital of the Republic of Belarus, and occupies an area of 91,5 sq. km. Advantageous geographical location is determined by close proximity to the Minsk International Airport, railway, the Berlin-Moscow transnational highway, as well as by access to the port of Klaipeda on the Baltic Sea which is of 500 km away.

The industrial park develops the potential of Belarus as a communication link between the CIS, Russia and Europe, and provides the possibility of duty-free entry into the market of countries of the Customs Union and Common Free Market Zone (Russia + Belarus + Kazakhstan) with capacity of 170 million people.

Proximity to Minsk (population of the capital is 1.9 million of people, among them there are 450,000 students) and Smolevichy, a satellite town of the capital (population is 15,000 people; the town is located 15 km from the Park), contributes to the Park by means of providing professional staff.

Great Stone is located in a forest area with a pond and nature reserve that has unique species of animals and birds and high standards of groundwater create a perfect ecological park complex.