said Martial Rolland, Chief Executive Officer in Russia and Eurasia, at a TASS conference.
Nestle Purina PetCare (part of the Nestle S.A. Group) is going to create 250 jobs at the new pet food production plant. In September 2020, the company announced plans to build a pet food plant near Novosibirsk.
Nestlé is investing RUB 2.8 bn to expand its factory producing natural instant coffee under the Nescafé brand in Timashevsk, Krasnodar Krai.
The international company is going to invest RUB 2 bn to increase its production capacity in Perm. Today, the Perm Territory and Nestlé Russia signed an agreement on the implementation ofthe new investment project.
Nestlé Russia’s first lines to produce pet food will be launched in 2023 at a new investment site near Berdsk, Novosibirsk Region, 40 km away from Novosibirsk, Lev Reshetnikov, Minister of Economic Development of the Novosibirsk Region, told TASS on Wednesday.
Nestlé will build a Vologda-based integrated factory to manufacture powdered infant formula from Russian raw materials, with the project investment to amount to RUB 3.5 billion. AOI for the new investment project has been signed today, September 17, between Nestlé Russia and the government of the Vologda region.
The largest dry infant formula production plant by Nestle was opened on Thursday in Vologda, the total investment in the project exceeded RUB 1.9 billion, the press service of the Governor of the Vologda region reported.
The world's largest food producer invests over 4.3 billion rubles in the expansion and modernization of the production capacity of the Nestlé Purina PetCare factory in the Vorsino industrial park.
The agreement on the modernization of Nestle Kuban, LLC, was concluded at the Investment Forum in Sochi in 2018. The volume of investments in the production amounted to 1.5 billion rubles. As part of the modernization, the factory updated the equipment and launched a new coffee production technology. The new product is already on sale.
The expansion and modernization of the factory will be invested further. It is planned to expand the waste treatment facilities of the factory.
The Kaluga Region is to create an industrial food production and processing cluster. The relevant Memorandum of Intent between the Government of the Kaluga Region, Nestlé Russia, LLC and the Agency for Innovative Development – Center for Cluster Development of Kaluga Region, JSC was signed in Moscow, the Agency for Regional Development of the Kaluga Region said to REGNUM.
On 9 November, Vorsino Industrial Park in Kaluga saw inauguration of two new production lines at Nestle Purina PetCare's pet feed plant. Participating in the event were Anatoli Artamonov, Governor of Kaluga Region; Bernard Meunier, Head of Nestle Purina PetCare EMENA division; Martial Rolland, Head of Nestle Purina PetCare Russia and Eurasia division; Alessandro Zanelli, Regional Director of Nestle Purina PetCare in Russia, CIS, Ukraine, Turkey and Israel division; and Alberto Groff, advisor and head of Economy, Finance and Science Division of the Swiss Embassy in Russia.
The Nestle Company will build in Vologda a new baby formula production plant. “We plan to invest 1.8 billion rubles in the development and production of baby formulas, to satisfy the demand both inside the country and in the CIS,” as stated by Martial Rolland, the Nestle’s Head in the Russia-Eurasia region. He recalled that there is already a Nestle’s plant in Vologda, and after expanding the production, taking into account the new plant construction, the Company will become one of the largest baby formula manufacturer in Europe.
The agreement on the expansion of the production capacities for Nestlé Purina Petcare was concluded at the Peterburg International Economic Forum.
The document was signed by Deputy Governor Vladimir Popov and Martial Rolland, COE, Nestlé, Russia and Eurasia.
The construction of a new pet food factory will begin this year and will be completed in 2019, with 10 billion rubles to be invested in the project.
Nestle confectionary factory located in Russia will increase production of breakfast cereals at its factory in Perm by almost 60% due to the opening of a new line for 1.3 billion rubles.
Last November Nestle introduced a new line for the production of KitKat chocolate bars in Perm. The total investment in the installation and upgrading of lines amounted to 1.4 billion rubles.
Nestle does not plan to give up investing in the Russian market, and expects the resumption of economic growth in Russia. This was announced at a TASS press conference by the head of the Russia-Eurasia region (CIS countries plus Mongolia) of Nestle Maurizio Patarnello.
"We are focused on growth in Russia. We do not want to reduce our investments and we intend to continue our development in Russia,” - said Patarnello.
Nestle launched a new KitKat production line at the plant in Perm, as the press-office of the Governor of Permsky Kray informs today.
“An official opening ceremony of the new KitKat bars production line took place today at ‘Nestle Russia’ Confectionary plant in Perm. The new line of chocolate bars production followed a major modernization of the plant and integration of process innovations”, as the press-office denoted.
The total amount of investments in the machinery and line upgrading comprised RUB 1.4 bln. Due to this project the annual average production output of the plant is about 30 thousand tons.
The Swiss company Nestle has been founded in 1866 and specializes on food products, domestic animals’ food, pharmaceutical products and beauty products. Now, the Company possesses 465 factories all over the world, its brand portfolio includes Nestle, Nescafe, KitKat, Maggi, etc. In Perm Nestle owns a Confectionary plant and a ready breakfast production plant.
The company Nestle invested about 200 million rubles in 2015 in the modernization and the development of its coffee factory in the Krasnodar territory, plans further investments, the general director of the LLC “Nestle Kuban” Erik Hoysler said at the press-conference, dedicated to the tenth anniversary of the enterprise at Kuban.
So, in his words, in 2015 the company broadened the range of the manufactured production, introducing, particularly, in the spring of 2015 the packing and packaging line of Neskafe Espresso. In addition, this summer, due to the expansion of production capacities, the production of the new product at the enterprise was introduced, and in September the production technology of agglomerated soluble coffee was updated.
Eric Hoysler noted, that within these projects the new equipment was installed, the investment volume was about 200 million rubles.
Nestle is looking to double the output of instant baby cereals in the Vologda Region, Governor Oleg Kuvshinnikov told TASS today.
“Nestle’s project to manufacture instant baby cereals has proved to be very successful, and the second stage of the project is currently under consideration. Nestle mulls doubling its output, therefore, we are preparing a second land plot for the construction site,” he said.
According to the governor, the project is currently in its talking phase. “If shareholders decide in favor of the project, we will provide complete support for the project to increase the output of Nestle products in the Vologda Region,” Kuvshinnikov said.
Investments in the first phase of the project totaled RUB 1.5 billion.
In July 2015, the Nestle Kuban factory (Timashevsk, Krasnodar region) started the production of the Nescafe Gold Barista coffee – instant and ground coffee brand, which blends instant coffee with 100% ultrafine ground Arabica added just before crystallization.
To produce the new ground and instant coffee blend, new equipment has been installed at the Nestle Kuban plant, with investment in the project running up to RUB 100m.
Blending ground and soluble coffee is the latest technology innovative for the Russian market. The new product enjoys increased demand, since it offers a perfect combination of the ease of instant coffee with the rich aroma of the full-bodied ground coffee.
The Nestle Kuban plant in the Krasnodar Region city of Timashevsk has launched a line to manufacture instant coffee with ultrafine-ground arabica beans. Nestle Kuban corporate communications manager Marina Kamardina told TASS that this product had previously been imported from Japan and the UK and packaged at the Russian plant.
“This product appeared on the Russian market in 2014. The company confirmed that there was demand for it and a decision on localisation was made. Investment in the project totaled roughly RUB 100 million,” Kamardina said, adding that the “production volume will depend on the dynamics of demand”.
Plant officials believe that localising production will reduce the delivery time to stores, which will increase the shelf life.
Nestle Kuban is Nestle’s largest instant coffee plant in Europe. It meets all the demand for the company’s products in Russia and CIS countries. Annual production volume is 30,000 tons of coffee.
Switzerland-based food and drink firm Nestle has opened an $80 million Maggi-brand factory in Vyazniki, Russia.
The factory is situated 220 miles east of Moscow and is Nestlé's 11th factory in Russia. The factory will produce and distribute bouillons,soup powders, seasonings, sauces and purees.
Earlier this year Nestle stated that it would invest $32 million in its supply chain in Russia.
Switzerland-based food company Nestle has announced that it is to invest in a new distribution site in Kaluga, Russia.
Nestle is investing $29.9 million in extending its distribution centre at its plant in Vorsino in the region of Kaluga to serve consumers across Russia and other Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) countries. The investment will have created 100 new jobs by the time the new facilities are fully operational in October 2013.
Nestle made the announcement at a ceremony to mark the official opening of a $41 million expansion to its Purina PetCare factory on the Vorsino site. The company's investment in the factory has enabled it to increase total production of pet foods such as Friskies, Felix and Pro Plan by almost three quarters.
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