A memorandum of cooperation was signed between the Novosibirsk Region Government, PepsiCo and the Agency for Investment Development of the Novosibirsk Region. The partnership’s top priority is creation of conditions for the closed-loop economy and development of a waste disposal and recycling infrastructure in the region.
PepsiCo expands the product range of state-of-the-art dairy products: Lianozovo Dairy Plant launched new equipment for the manufacture of yogurts with toppings and kickstarted a new product lineup Chudo with candied roasted nuts.
PepsiCo factory in the city district of Kashira, Moscow region, (Frito Lay Manufacturing, LLC) has launched the tenth production line with the capacity of more than 5,000 tons per year to produce Lay's® chips.
PepsiCo will build a plant to make Lay's and Cheetos chips in Novosibirsk before the year-end, Svetlana Khabarova, PepsiCo’s agent in Russia, said to Sibnet.ru.
A new aluminum can line has been launched at the PepsiCo plant in Yekaterinburg.
Moscow will enter into the first offset contract ever in the food industry to cover investment of at least RUB 2.1 billion in the construction and modernization of a plant to manufacture foods for babies and breastfeeding women. According to Vladimir Yefimov, Deputy Mayor for Economic Policy and Property & Land Relations, the winning bidder awarded the offset contract is Wimm Bill Dann.
Novosibirsk-based Sibirskoye Moloko, which is part of PepsiCo, has commissioned a new juice production line.
PepsiCo Corporation, a major producer of beverages and snacks, will begin to build a snack factory to the value of ₽10-12 billion in the industrial and logistics park near Novosibirsk in 2020, Acting Minister of Economic Development of the Novosibirsk region, Lev Reshetnikov, told the TASS press center on Tuesday.
Procter & Gamble, the consumer goods producer, and the Magnit retailer are planning to set up the largest chain of reverse vending machines in Russia in 2020–2021, machines that accept used plastic bottles for further processing, the P&G press office told RIA Novosti.
PepsiCo Plant in Azov launched the fifth salty snack line, as reported by the press service of the Rostov Region Governor.
A major producer of drinks and snacks PepsiCo Corporation plans to invest about 10-12 billion rubles in the snack plant in the industrial and logistics park (ILP) near Novosibirsk. Nile Starrock, President of PepsiCo in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, and Central Asia, announced this on Friday during the ceremony of signing the agreement on the construction of the plant with the Government of the Novosibirsk Region in the framework of the Russian Investment Forum in Sochi.
PepsiCo launched a site for the processing of whey and treatment facilities at the Rubtsovsky Dairy Plant (part of the PepsiCo structure), reported the company. A high-tech facility for ultrafiltration has been installed on the site. It will allow to process the whey obtained in Lambert cheese production, into whey protein concentrate, - states the message. The total production capacity of the new equipment will be 10 tons of dry whey protein concentrate per day.
PepsiCo plans to start construction of a plant in the Novosibirsk Region. Vice-President of the company for corporate relations in Russia and Eastern Europe Sergey Glushkov and CEO of the Investment Development Agency of the Novosibirsk Region Aleksandr Zyryanov discussed the implementation of the project within the framework of the Eastern Economic Forum. As specified by the Government of the Novosibirsk Region, the company is currently in the process of agreeing on the project timing and the amount of investment.
As it became known to The DairyNews, Rubtsovsky Dairy Plant (part of PepsiCo, Wimm-bill-Dann PP) launched the production of 35% whey protein concentrate (WPC-35). This was reported by one of the cheese market participants.
The manufacturer of food and beverages PepsiCo opens a new factory in Timashevsk for the production of baby dairy products, the company's press service reported. As previously reported by the company, the volume of investment in this project was estimated at 2.6 billion rubles. The company is one of the four largest producers of children's dairy products in Russia, which accounts for 70% of the market.
American PepsiCo launched the line for baby food production at the Omsk Manros-M plant, which will produce drinkable yoghurts Agusha and Chudo-Detki, the company announced. The production capacity of the new line is 12 thousand bottles per hour. It will increase the plant's capacity from 300 to 350 tonnes of finished products per day. Earlier, cream-yoghurt production line with the capacity of 14 thousand packages per hour was launched at the plant. Total investment in the plant is estimated at 6.5 million dollars.
American PepsiCo completed PepsiCo LAB program for startups in the area of foods and beverages, having chosen in Russia 12 projects associated with healthy diet, so that by selecting the most successful products by the results of the test-market, to gain a foothold in the Russian market of healthy foods with a turnover of 870 billion rubles per year
The Frito-Lay Manufacturing Company, a subdivision of the American PepsiCo, launched a new potato chips production shop in Kashira, Moscow Region. It will increase the enterprise’s production capacity by 15%, as reported on Thursday by the press services of the Ministry of Investment and Innovation of the Moscow Region.
PepsiCo launched a line on production of viscous baby yogurt at the Nizhny Novgorod site with the capacity of 14 thousand yogurt packs of 100 ml per hour. According to the company, the amount of investment in the launch of the new line amounted to 400 million rubles.
Veniamin Kondratyev, Governor of the Krasnodar Territory, and Silviu Popovici, President of PepsiCo in Russia, Ukraine and the CIS, signed an agreement of intent to implement a project on construction of a baby food plant in the territory of the Timashevsky dairy plant. The ceremony took place during the visit of the Governor of the Krasnodar Territory to the Timashevsky plant of Wimm-Bill-Dann (part of PepsiCo Group).
PepsiCo completed another stage of its investment project on capacity increase of JSC Wimm-Bill-Dann’s Nizhegorodsky dairy plant and started a new children’s yoghurt production line. The press office of the company informs about it. The production capacity of the new line is about 30 thousand 0.2 liter bottles per hour. Now that the line was launched, the total capacity of the plant will be over 400 tonnes finished products per day.
Governor Viktor Nazarov and PepsiCo’s regional management (Manros-M factory) met to agree to the expansion of production in Omsk Region. The factory already produces around 30% of all whole-milk products on the regional market.
“Over the last two years, PepsiCo has completed two major capacity expansion projects at our Omsk factory: we opened an additional production line for Agusha brand baby food in 2014 and launched a new production line for Chudo milk cocktails in 2015. We expect further investment in our production capacities in Omsk Region by consolidating baby food production,” explained Silviu Popovici, PepsiCo President in Russia, Ukraine and CIS.
On 2 November the formal opening ceremony of the new production of baby dairy products of the company “PepsiCo” was held in Nizhny Novgorod. The press office of the Nizhny Novgorod region told about that.
The new production was founded on the basis of the dairy group of enterprises “Nizhegorodsky”, which is the branch of the JSC “Wimm Bill Dann”. The company PepsiCo invested 770 million rubles in the baby food manufacturing plant.
The company president in Russia, Ukraine and the CIS Silviu Popovich and the region governor Valery Shantsev took part in the opening ceremony. In the words of the governor, it will be possible to increase milk purchase volumes from local agricultural producers due to the new complex, new workplaces will be created, the product range of the group of enterprises will be broadened.
In the words of the president of the company PepsiCo, the decision on the increase of production capacities by 40% is related with the production demand growth.
The Lianozovo Dairy has launched a new milk whey processing line. The new production line is fully intended for import substitution. This is the third new production line the dairy has launched since 2013. Increased attention is being paid to the purchase and installation of Russian-made equipment as part of the modernization of production facilities.
The whey processing line is currently the only one of its kind in the capital region. Starting on Wednesday, the dairy will be able to process up to 400 tons of whey with up to 120 tons of finished dry whey produced from this amount. Milk whey is a byproduct from manufacturing, for example cottage cheese or kefir. In the past, this liquid was used to feed cattle and part of it was recycled. Now it will be processed and “transformed” into a dry mix that can then be used not only in the dairy industry, but in the baked goods, confectionery and meat production. The volume that the new line is capable of producing will be sufficient not only for the dairy’s needs, but for sale as well.
At present, Russian-made milk and dairy products make up approximately 90 percent of the total volume supplied to the Moscow market.
LLC Lebedyanskiy (managed by LLC PepsiCo Holdings, part of US PepsiCo) is planning to launch production at the Berdsk plant in the autumn of 2015. This was announced yesterday by Minister for Economic Development of the Novosibirsk Region Olga Molchanova following a session of the regional investment council.
During the meeting, she stated that within the scope of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum the regional authorities had discussed with representatives of the company the question of launching the plant in Berdsk. It has been under construction since 2007, the initial plan having been to set up 14 production lines there for bottling non-alcoholic beverages and to make crisps and snacks.
Rubtsovsk Dairy Plant, the largest cheese manufacturer in Altai Krai, has increased cheese production (“Lambert” brand) by 40%, and whey production by 50%.
The large-scale, RUB 300 million project allowed the plant to increase cheese production to 24,000 tons per year (for comparison: in 2014, 37 plants in Altai Krai produced 72,000 tons of cheese and cheese products). Raw milk processing capacity has been increased to 700 tons per day. Whey processing capacity has been increased to 900 tons per day.
Over 350 people work at the plant, which operates around the clock in four shifts. The cheese produced by the plant accounts for 7.4% of the Russian cheese market. Suppliers for the plant include both major agricultural producers in the region and companies that specialize in collecting raw milk from small and medium-size farms.
Rubtsovsk Dairy Plant is one of the most up-to-date Russian cheese factories. It was the first fully automated manufacturer of cheese in the country. “Lambert” cheese is used across the entire territory of Russia and in CIS countries.
Rubtsovsk Dairy Plant is part of PepsiCo.
A new production line has been started up at the Manros-M plant in Omsk according to Wimm-Bill-Dann, which belongs to the PepsiCo Group.
The new production line will produce milk shakes in 200 ml cardboard cartons. The line has a productivity of 24 thousand packs an hour, which means 1.5 thousand tonnes of finished product a month. Expansion of the plant will increase tax revenues and create new jobs.
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PepsiCo, Inc (PepsiCo) is the world’s second and Russia’s largest food and beverage manufacturer. The company’s key businesses include Frito-Lay (snacks), Quaker (grains and cereals), Pepsi-Cola (carbonated and non-carbonated beverages), Gatorade (sports and functional beverages) and Tropicana (juices), which are represented in 200 countries of the world.