The complex will be built in the district of Rostov region Millerovskiy. Capacity of the plant in the first phase will be 20 thousand tons of meat a year. Developed the company "Donstar", part of the group of companies "Evrodon."
The plant will create 800 jobs. Project is financed by the Agricultural Bank. Investments — 5,000,000,000 rubles.
Geographical location of the future complex due to the close proximity to the federal highway M-4 "Don". At the first stage, the company will focus on the delivery of products to Moscow and other large cities of Central Russia.
"We intend to revive Russia duck meat production on an industrial scale. Within a year and a half we want to increase the range of products and supply to national chains have two products: the turkey and duck. With the successful implementation of the project, we can significantly reduce the proportion of imported frozen products on the Russian market by offering consumers a higher quality chilled product ", — says the head of the Civil Code" Evrodon "Vadim Van.
The structure of the future complex will include a hatchery, parent stock for the production of hatching eggs, poultry production areas, feed mill and elevator, meat processing plant, plant litter and other industrial facilities.
"We were getting ready for the start of the project over the past few years. The uniqueness of the enterprise of the future is that we studied the experience of the world's leading manufacturers of ducks and adapted it to Russian conditions, "- emphasizes Vadim Van.
The future complex will initially be designed to comply with the most stringent sanitary standards and safety regulations. The enterprise will use closed-loop technology with full automation of production processes. Russian companies are under more severe conditions than foreign manufacturers who do not have such strict requirements of the legislation and regulatory authorities on sanitary and epidemiological safety created productions.
Construction of the complex facilities will carry out construction company "Irdon."