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Business is offered to invest in a pig farm in the Khabarovsk Territory

Business is offered to invest in a pig farm in the Khabarovsk Territory
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The Far East Agency for Attracting Investments and Export Support invites businesses to invest in the construction of a pig farm in the Khabarovsk Territory. The approximate volume of investments will be 21 million rubles with a capacity of 1,2 thousand heads.

According to the press service of the ANO API, the possible location of the future production was determined by the Nikolaev region. According to calculations, the volume of production per year will be more than 98,4 tons of boneless meat, 8,4 tons of offal of the first category and 6,6 tons of offal of the second category. Estimated annual revenue will exceed RUB 31,5 million. The estimated IRR is 24%.

According to Aleksey Chepurnykh, investment director for development of the Khabarovsk Territory, ANO API, production can be located in the village of Chnyrrakh within the boundaries of the Nikolaevsk ASEZ - 15 km from Nikolaevsk-on-Amur, where there is an airport, a river port with access to the sea, a road to the center the edge with a ferry, which will allow for the smooth delivery of feed.

The agency will help the investor to prepare the necessary package of documents for applying for the status of a resident of the Nikolaevsk ASEZ. With the help of preferential tax incentives, the payback period of the project will be reduced from five to four years.

As Aleksey Chekurnykh explained, the main task of the project for the construction of a pig-breeding complex in the Nikolaevsky district is connected with filling the local market with meat. Due to natural and climatic conditions, the region belongs to non-agricultural territories. Currently, the local market for meat from local producers is only about 10-15%. The project for the construction of a pig complex will cover 25% of the region's needs.

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