Russia: New 20 ha greenhouse launched in Chechnya

A branch of the YugAgroHolding greenhouse complex has been festively launched in the Grozno region. The Head of the Republic, Mr. Ramzan Kadyrov attended the opening ceremony and congratulated the participants with the launch. He also noted that as of today the Republic can boast 100 ha of greenhouses.


“In the recent years an incredible amount of work has been done for the development of the agricultural complex of the Republic, which allowed for the creation of profitable high-tech complexes, covering over 100 ha of acreage. It is very important for us that the opening of the LLC GK YugAgroHolding has caused the creation of 200 new working places. Moreover, the enterprise will provide the population with bio produce and will increase the amount of taxes paid to the republican budget”, mentioned Mr. Kadyrov.

The general director of the complex, Mr. Nursolta Adaev thanked Mr. Kadyrov for his assistance in the project completion.

20 hectare
Upon the completion of the official ceremony, the Head of the Republic got acquainted with the production technologies. The LLC GK YugAgroHolding greenhouse complex covers the acreage of 20 ha. They specialize in producing medium-sized bio cucumbers. The overall annual production volume should comprise 7 thousand tons.

Apart from the Republic of Chechnya, the enterprise are planning to deliver their produce to Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Ulan-Ude, Rostov-on-Don, Krasnodar, Blagoveschensk and to federal retailers: Lenta, X5, Magnit, Verniy.

The project has been carried over by the YugAgroHolding company with the financial support of the Rosselkhozbank, which provided the investment loan in the amount of 24.9 million euro. The loan was allocated to purchasing equipment, metal constructions and paying for the construction works.

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