In Efremov (Tula region). Opened the plant for the production of semi-finished poultry meat

June 4, Efremov, Tula region opened a plant for the production of semi-finished poultry meat French company "Cargill". The volume of investment in this production amounted to 40 million U.S. dollars. The plant's capacity — 18 thousand tons per year. Commissioning of the plant will create 140 new jobs.

During the opening ceremony of the head of the company "Cargill" Natalia Orlova said that the production of the plant for the production of semi-finished poultry meat will be delivered to the restaurant chain "McDonald's" in Russia. Previously available on the country by the plant of "Cargill" in France, g.Orleane. 

Before the ceremony, the head of the region Vladimir Gruzdev examined sold by "Cargill" investment project "Increasing the amount of wheat processing of raw materials through the expansion of its existing offices." The agreement on its implementation was signed in November 2011. This project involves the investment of the investor in the amount of 3 billion rubles and the creation of an additional approximately 20 high-performance workplaces. Implementation of the project is scheduled for early 2014.

Vladimir Gruzdev made a welcoming speech, noting the company's contribution to the socio-economic development of the region, and in particular — Efremov district.

The governor said that "Cargill" successfully works in Tula land for almost 20 years, and over the years the company has invested in the modernization of production of over 450 million dollars.

"The implementation of the projects of" Cargill "allowed to create more than 1,000 jobs. Here the people of the region offer decent wages and social guarantees. And this is the most important result of the investment agreements concluded, "- said Vladimir Gruzdev. The head of the region expressed confidence that the work of the new enterprise will be for farmers Tula stimulus for the development of poultry production, as the company has very high demands to gaining raw materials.

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