10 million deal for KUBO and Verkade, 25 Million for Dalsem:

Russia: Rostov signs cooperation with Dutch industry, new greenhouses to be completed

A new agreement on cooperation in the agro-industrial sector was signed during a special exhibition-fair of Russian agricultural products in Amsterdam on 16th September. Under the agreement, parties will cooperate in promoting export of the Rostov region agricultural products to the Dutch and the European markets, as well as to attract foreign investments and advanced technologies to agro-industrial complex of the Rostov region. The document was signed by the Deputy Governor of the Rostov region - Minister of Agriculture and Food Vyacheslav Vasilenko and Trade Representative of the Russian Federation in the Kingdom of the Netherlands Alexander Tcherevko.

The document stipulates that the parties will work together to prepare and conduct business missions. In addition, the agreement should help to attract the Dutch agribusiness representatives to participate in similar events held in the Rostov region, for the purpose to establish partnership relations in the field of agricultural production.

“I am confident that the agreement will strengthen and support the already established relationship with Dutch colleagues. Moreover, there have been already examples of effective cooperation in our region," said Vasilenko.

Thus, in the Neklinovsky district the construction of the greenhouse industrial complex “Rostov” is being completed The project partners are Dutch companies: KUBO - a developer and manufacturer of greenhouse structures and Verkade Klimaat - a supplier of heating systems. The total investment of the project amounts 10 million Euro.

Also, another investment project for the construction of a greenhouse complex LLC "Don homestead" is being carried out in the Tarasovskoye district. In this case the Dalsem Group plans to supply a greenhouse structure worth at least 25 million Euro.

Source: dg-yug.ru

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