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TOMSK, Sep 13 – RIA Tomsk. Tomsk-registered
agro-industrial company Sibagro has expanded its list of controlled
assets by adding Shchigry Glavprodukt pork complex in the Kursk region,
which used to be part of Global Eco group, Sibagro's press service said
Earlier it was reported that Sibagro includes
seven pig farms – in Tomsk, Kemerovo, Novosibirsk, Sverdlovsk and Tyumen
regions, Krasnoyarsk Krai and the Republic of Buryatia; three meat
processing plants in Tomsk, Novosibirsk and Yekaterinburg and the
Tomskaya poultry farm. In April 2021, Sibagro bought a number of
facilities, including a pork complex and a meat processing plant of
"We have been developing in Siberia and
the Urals for more than 20 years – we have strengthened our position
and become leaders in pork production. This year we have started to
develop new territories – Central Russia. The new pig farm is located in
close proximity to the company's earlier acquired Belgorod sites
(Promagro enterprises)", – the press service quotes Sibagro chairman of
the board Andrey Tyutyushev as saying.
According to him,
the purchase of Shchigry Glavprodukt will enable the company to fully
load the capacity of the Belgorod meat processing plant and to increase
the scale of meat production in the Central Federal District.
Shchigry Glavprodukt pork complex was previously part of the Global Eco
group of companies. The enterprise includes livestock and technical
sites, land plots and transport. Now there are 77 thousand heads of pigs
at the pig farm, production capacity is 15 thousand tons of meat
annually, according to Sibagro. According to Interfax, the purchase
price of the pig farm was 990 million rubles.
At the same
time, according to the SPARK-Interfax analytical system, OOO Shchigry
Glavprodukt has been declared bankrupt since May 2020. Bankruptcy
proceedings have been declared against the company. In 2020, the company
generated 523.6 million rubles in revenue and a net loss of 1.3 billion