Buzdyak cannery plans to invest 300 million rubles in production facilities in 2022
UFA, 30 April 2019. /Bashinform News Agency, Rozaliya Valeeva/ translated by Tatiana Aksyutina/.
By 2022, the Buzdyak Canning Plant will expand to 14 thousand square meters and upgrade equipment for 300 million rubles. This was announced by the executive director of the plant Dmitry Revva.
According to him, mainly Russian raw materials are used in the production of products: beets and carrots of local farmers, potatoes from neighboring regions, tomatoes in soups — Bashkir, and cabbage is delivered from the Ulyanovsk region. Iranian, Krasnodar and Chinese tomato paste are used for the production of sauces.
“We are constantly looking for partners in the republic and are interested in collaboration,” said Dmitry Revva.
In April, the company plans to release three million packages of products and to reach a turnover of 100 million rubles. By the end of the year, according to the company's plan, the turnover will increase to 1 billion rubles.
“We are planning a full renewal of production and expansion of the range with a sales volume of 3 billion rubles by 2022. The area is planned to increase to 14-15 thousand square meters. The new production facility will be built at another site, but also in Buzdyak. Currently, the production premises occupy eight thousand square meters. About 300 million rubles will be required for the construction and purchase of new manufacturing equipment. Both our own and borrowed funds, including subsidies within the framework of state support will be used ”, the executive director explained.