Top 10 largest industrial centers in Russia

Increasingly, in the strategic plans for the development of our country, the government emphasizes the need to avoid the status of a "commodity power".At the same time, the main focus is on the development of own processing of raw materials and the establishment of production, and large industrial centers are attracting increasing attention.

We offer Top-10 largest industrial centers of Russia , compiled according to the Institute of Territorial Planning "Urbanika".


  • 10. Novokuznetsk
  • 9. Chelyabinsk
  • 8. Norilsk
  • 7. Ufa
  • 6. Perm
  • 5. Omsk
  • 4. Nizhnevartovsk
  • 3. Surgut
  • 2. St. Petersburg
  • 1. Moscow

10. Novokuznetsk

The volume of industrial production is 264 billion rubles.

In the city there are enterprises of ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy, coal industry. Among the owners of the leading industrial facilities are Evraz Group, UMMC, Sibuglemet, RusAl.

9. Chelyabinsk

277.3 billion rubles .

The city is the recognized leader of Russia in the field of ferrous metallurgy, high-level engineering and food industry. In Chelyabinsk, there are enterprises of Mechel OAO, Chelyabinsk Tube Rolling Plant, Cheboksary Electromechanical Plant, Coca-Cola, Rostekhnologii State Corporation.

8. Norilsk

312 bln. Rub.

The life of this polar city is built around the activities of the leader in the non-ferrous metallurgy sector of MMC Norilsk Nickel.

7. Ufa

313.6 billion rubles.

The status of a major industrial center was due to the development of oil and gas processing, engineering, food and pharmaceutical industries. The owners of the leading enterprises are ANK Bashneft OJSC, Rostekhnologii State Corporation, Wimm-Bill-Dann, Pharmstandard.

6. Perm

331.3 billion rubles.

The city boasts significant success in the field of oil and gas processing, mechanical engineering, food and chemical industries. The owners of the leading industrial facilities are Lukoil OJSC, Rostekhnologii State Corporation and Roskosmos, Nestle, Henkel and others.

5. Omsk

348.4 billion rubles.

The city has large enterprises operating in such industries as oil and gas processing, chemical and food industries, and machine building. The main industrial facilities owned by Gazprom Neft, Unilever, Wimm-Bill-Dann, State Corporation Rostekhnologii and Roskosmos.

4. Nizhnevartovsk

481.6 billion rubles.

This is one of the leading Russian centers for oil and gas production and refining. The city's industrial facilities are TNK-BP, Gazprom Neft, Russneft, Slavneft, SIBUR.

3. Surgut

800.3 billion rubles.

The leader in the field of oil and gas production and processing, the city also has large enterprises operating in the electric power, food and research and development industries. The main industrial facilities are owned by OJSC "Surgutneftegas", OGK-2, OGK-4, SIBUR.

2. St. Petersburg

1282.7 billion rubles.

The northern capital has industrial facilities for food and chemical industry, machine building, ferrous metallurgy, production of building materials, R & D.The city has the production facilities of Philip Morris International Inc., JTI, BAT, Kraft Foods, Procter & Gamble, United Shipbuilding Corporation, Russian Technologies, Toyota, Nissan, GM, HP, SC Rosatom, Intel and many others.

1. Moscow

1895.2 billion rubles.

The largest enterprises of the capital work in such industries as engineering, food and pharmaceutical industry, oil and gas processing, R & D.The main industrial facilities are owned by Roskosmos, Rosatom, Rostekhnologii, KB Sukhoi, Renault, United Technologies, Volvo, Wimm-Bill-Dann, United Confectioners, Kraft Foods, Coca-Cola, RusHydro, GlaxoSmithKline.