Cherkizovo Feed Mill Opened in Lev Tolstoy District

RUSSIA - Nikolai Tagintsev, Deputy Governor of Lipetsk Region, Vladimir Osetrov, acting head of Lev Tolstoy District, and Andrey Kovalev, head of OJSC Lipetskmyasoprom last week opened the grain receiving centre for the Lev Tolstoy Feed Mill, part of the integrated pig and poultry processing company Cherkizovo.
calendar icon 16 July 2013
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The Lev Tolstoy Feed Mill specialises in producing all-natural pig fodder, and is one of the largest facilities in this sector in Lipetsk Region. Its production rate is 30 t/hour, and its overall grain storage capacity exceeds 95,000 tonnes.

Commissioning of the new receiving center will speed up grain receiving considerably from 65 t/hour to 150 t/hour and also increase the mill’s turnover.

“The presence of a large investor like Cherkizovo Group in the region contributes to the greater prosperity of both the region and each of its residents,” Deputy Governor of Lipetsk Region Nikolai Tagintsev said.

“Local residents do not have to look for work outside the region and have the opportunity to work close to home, earn decent salary, and have a stable and comfortable life.”

“Cherkizovo Group is the largest investor in our district,” Vladimir Osetrov, acting Head of Lev Tolstoy District supported Nikolai Tagintsev.

“Thanks to this company, the district’s residents are able to find well paid jobs, the district budget is replenished and important social facilities are being built. Last year, for example, we opened a high school in our town that was built with tax revenues, including those from Cherkizovo Group.”

“Lev Tolstoy Feed Mill is an important component of the company’s business,” Andrey Kovalev added.

“We are a vertically integrated holding whose goal is to be fully self-sufficient in fodder. In the past year, the company has completed construction of new pork units in Lipetsk, Tambov and Voronezh Regions. Productivity of the pork division has grown, as well as the demand for fodder in the cluster. Increasing grain receiving capacity will help speed up many of the production processes at the facility, which will make it more efficient.”

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