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TOP resident implements a project to create an agrobioeconomic cluster
In the near future, a plant for the production of import-substituting feed protein, amino acids, and vitamins of biotechnological synthesis will appear in Primorsky Krai, and products based on them will be delivered both to the domestic and foreign markets. An investment project to create an agrobioeconomic cluster of high-tech industries in the Nadezhdinskaya TOP is being implemented as part of an agreement between Arnika and Far East Development Corporation JSC. And exactly one year ago, the South Korean company LS Networks took part in the signing of the agreement on the creation of the cluster.
The Far Eastern agrobioeconomic cluster will include up to ten high-tech industrial enterprises for the deep processing of corn. Among them: elevator complex, starch factory, as well as a plant for the production of glucose (dextrose), Aminosynthesis biofactory, which will annually produce more than 300 thousand tons of products.
“The primary and secondary processing industries will process raw materials associated with the production of starch, gluten, glucose, and then to the highest degree of processing of the biosynthesis of amino acids and vitamins,” says Lyudmila Tekutieva, General Director of Arnika Group of Companies. - The investment project program is being implemented in stages and is calculated before the 2025 year, but we plan to open the first enterprise already in the 2020 year.
A resident of the Nadezhdinskaya TOP, which is part of the Arnika group of companies, in addition to the Kormbiosynthesis plant, is preparing to launch the first in Russia high-tech enterprise for the production of innovative feed ingredients Pharmasintez. In total, the factories will produce up to 12 thousand tons of feed ingredients and veterinary preparations for beef and dairy cattle, poultry and pig farming. The product range will consist of almost 20 items, including protected amino acids, protein concentrates, vitamins, probiotics and veterinary antibiotics, whose import in Russia is up to 100% from Europe and Asia-Pacific. Up to 100 people will work at the enterprises, the planned revenue will amount to more than 10 billion rubles a year.
“We plan to launch Kormbiosynthesis in the summer of 2020, but we expect to launch the enterprise in the autumn of this year,” said Lyudmila Tekutieva. “The situation is similar with the Farmasintez plant, the commissioning of which was planned in 2021, but in the end it will start work a year earlier.”
President of Arnika Group of Companies Alexander Generalov claims that the investment project has the status of federal significance, since it will be able to meet at 70-80% the needs of Russian livestock in the feed ingredients produced by the company. With the opening of production, the issue of import substitution will be resolved, since now such products come to Russia mainly from Asian countries. The stock of production capacities laid down in the cluster will make it possible to produce products for other countries of the Asia-Pacific region.
“We plan to deliver up to 50% of the output of high-tech feed products to Korea, Japan, Vietnam and Thailand,” said Alexander Generalov.
The scientific and technological potential of NPGK Arnika in partnership with the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU), which has been implemented at the enterprises of the Far Eastern Federal District in the field of food biotechnology for over 20 years, has grown into new applied scientific and technical developments and projects in the field of industrial biotechnology for feed branches of the Russian Federation. Thus, the R&D Center (Research and Development Center) of the Arnika Group of Companies together with FEFU with the support of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Russia in 2018 completed research and development work in the field of "feed proteins". At the pilot site, installation and commissioning works were carried out and an experimental plant for the production of fodder protein was launched, normative technological documentation and regulations for the production of fodder protein concentrates were developed.
“In addition to supporting scientific and technical activities that ensure the creation and transfer of technologies at the world level, as residents of the TOP, we receive significant state support from the Ministry of East Development, the Far East Development Corporation and the administration of the Primorsky Territory,” says Lyudmila Tekutieva. - Technological directions and tasks implemented by our company are also included in the draft subprogram "Development of the production of feed and feed additives for animals" of the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia. We also cooperate with the SME Corporation, which partially provides loan and investment guarantees for projects. ”