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The largest meat processing plant in the Far Eastern Federal District was opened in Primorye

The largest meat processing plant in the Far Eastern Federal District was opened in Primorye
Photo: press service of "Rusagro-Primorye"

The Rusagro group of companies has begun commissioning work at the largest meat processing plant in the Far East, located in the Primorsky Territory. The complex is a slaughterhouse and a meat processing plant and provides a full cycle of the vertically integrated pig-breeding cluster of Rusagro-Primorye LLC.

As IAA EastRussia was informed in the press service of Rusagro-Primorye, the plant is located on the territory of the priority development Mikhailovsky. The design capacity of the slaughterhouse is 680 thousand heads per year, the volume of meat processing is 65 thousand tons per year. This amount will provide 80% of the Far East with fresh pork, and will also contribute to lower prices for chilled meat.

A robotic warehouse for finished products of the plant allows you to fully automate the production processes of warehouse logistics, optimizing time and operating costs. At the same time, more than 650 people will work at the warehouse. In total, more than XNUMX new jobs will be created within the pig-breeding cluster in the Primorsky Territory.

According to Maxim Basov, General Director of Rusagro Group of Companies, the launch of a production cluster in Primorye will make pork more affordable, provide an influx of qualified specialists to the region, and will also have a positive effect on the average level of wages in the region.

Earlier, Rusagro-Primorye opened a complex for the production of animal feed and a plant for processing by-products and waste disposal.

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