The volume of supply on the Russian market of modern non-metallic development materials in 2010 was 302.31 million cubic meters. The volume of imports of non-metallic structure materials was 7.85 million cubic meters, which was 2.3 percent of the all out volume of the market. Fares were made in significantly more modest volumes – by and large, 0.23 million cubic meters of materials were traded, which was equivalent to about 0.1 percent of the complete market. The creation of non-metallic development materials in Russia in 2010 was predominantly introduced by creation of squashed stone and rock 55.8 percent and silica sand development sand – 38.3 percent. The other non-metallic development materials, including permeable fillers, had a joined portion of 5.9 percent.
The upward pattern in the creation of non-metallic development materials, created as of late development rates: in 2007 – 120 percent, in 2008 – 106 percent was supplanted by a profound decrease in the start of 2009. All through 2009, there was a sharp decrease in the creation. Along these lines, because of the emergency, in 2009, the creation of level sensor for liquid materials diminished by 36 rate focuses overall – from 415,717.4 thousand cubic meters to 264,751 thousand cubic meters in genuine terms. After the terrible consequences of 2010, there was an expansion of 11 percent in the creation of non-metallic structure materials. In any case, the pre-emergency level was not reached.
Altogether, in Russia there are in excess of 1,080 medium and enormous undertakings for the creation of non-metallic structure materials. Independent companies experience issues entering the local level, so their offer in the absolute creation is irrelevant. Ordinarily, private companies do not have hardware and advances to deliver quality items.
In 2011, the head of the creation of mechanical materials was the North-West Federal District, which delivered 20 percent of the absolute creation for the time of January-April. With a slight distinction, the runner up has a place with both the Central and the Ural Federal Districts, which delivered 19 percent every one of the complete non-metallic development materials in the Russian Federation.