Cherkizovo Group, the largest meat producer in Russia, may start construction of the third stage of the Tambovskaya Indeyka complex (Pava-Pava brand) next year subject to favorable market conditions. Sergey Mikhailov, CEO of the Holding Company, announced this at the opening of the project’s second stage. According to him, with the launch of three new feeding sites and one growing area, the production will grow from 55 thousand tons to 85 thousand tons a year in live weight (in the Holding Company files and at the information stand at the opening of the complex, the target 82 thousand tons was specified — Agroinvestor).
Tambov Turkey LLC plans to start phase 2 construction of production facilities at the end of this year - early next year. Thus, in the long term it is planned to implement the project for the construction of two poultry growing and four poultry feeding sites in the Pervomaisky district of the Tambov region. Currently, the construction sites are being registered, design work is carried out, engineering infrastructure issues are being solved.
Austrian investors will construct their leather plant in the Tambov Region. According to the regional administration, investments into the plant construction will amount EUR 15MM and create 1.2 thousand jobs in the region.
The Portuguese company Martins & Rebello, together with the Tambov dairy plant Suvorovo, intends to begin cheese production in the region before the end of the year. This was reported to journalists by the first Vice-Governor of the Tambov region Alexander Ganov at the event dedicated to the Week of Trade Representatives of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.
“The new feed-milling plant is capable of processing 12 tons of grain per hour,” says Nikolay Yepsen, Director General of the Danish company Dan Invest.
The company explained that the acquisition of the plant will allow Saint-Gobain to expand the scale of production and to strengthen its leadership position in the market of thermal insulation materials in Russia and CIS.