Lesaffre et Compagnie, SA

About one billion rubles will be invested in the development and modernization of the Voronezh branch of French Lesaffre until 2020. As was reported by the correspondent of the REGNUM news agency citing the media relation and administrative department of the government of the Voronezh region, it was discussed between Alexey Gordeyev, governor of the Voronezh region, and Lesaffre delegation headed by Timothe Dupont, the company's CEO in Russia (SAF-NEVA, LLC), at the meeting on December 7.

07 December 2017

Voronezh Yeast, LLC (part of the French Lesaffre Group of Companies) started a new workshop for the production of dry yeast for animal feeds, as the Abirega reporter attending the official event informed.

The workshop construction took one year. The project cost is over 400 mln rubles.

As Antoine Baule, CEO of the Lasaffre Group (France) said, the workshop for the production of this product will be second in the world after the French one and first in Russia.

27 June 2016

The Voronezh-based plant of the French Lesaffre has increased its output by a factor of 2.5, the Voronezh region government announced on Friday.

France’s Lesaffre closed the deal to acquire Voronezhskiye Drozhzhi LLC on 21 July 2011, and moved to upgrade the plant in 2012. The company is planning to invest EUR 22m in the Voronezh facility. On Friday, head of the Voronezh region Alexei Gordeyev discussed the 2015 results of the company’s joint operations with Lesaffre Director General Timothe Dupont.

According to Dupont, Lesaffre is building a new yeast powder shop and a molasses plant in the Voronezh region, with plans to put both into operation in 2016.

11 December 2015
RIA Novosti
24.0 mln
Voronezh region

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Lesaffre et Compagnie, SA


Company's website: https://www.lesaffre.com

T: 33 3 20 81 61 00

Private company

Contact: Mr. Antoine Baule, CEO

Lesaffre is the world’s leading yeast producer with its 35 plants in 23 countries worldwide, including 4 in Russia based in St. Petersburg, Kurgan, and the Voronezh and Tula regions.