During the Soviet period, the field had a processing plant with the production capacity of 400,000 tons of enriched kaolin a year . This amount of kaolin fulfilled the needs of practically all paper manufacturers in the Soviet Union. Unfortunately, after the collapse of the USSR the manufacturing industry fell into decline. As a result, in the late 1990s the kaolin mining and enriching at the Alekseevskoe deposit were ceased and the plant was destroyed.
At present, the construction of a new processing plant that meets the contemporary standard of enrichment technology is under way. The commissioning of the new plant is planned for the end of 2019. The plant will produce high quality products which will meet the stringent requirements of customers.