Pre-packaged foods manufacturing launched in Kazakhstan's Atyrau

Business Materials 12 September 2019 18:12 (UTC +04:00)

Baku, Azerbaijan, September 12

By Nargiz Sadikhova - Trend:

New workshop for manufacturing of washed and pre-sliced fresh vegetables has been launched in Kazakhstan’s Atyrau region and it is unique to the region, Trend reports with reference to National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of Kazakhstan Atameken.

The new workshop is in Zhalgansay settlement of the region. The placement of the workshop has been selected due to the fact that this is an agricultural settlement. Overall, the creation of supply chain is planned in the region and the new workshop is one of its parts.

“This year, the screening of Atyrau region’s accelerated economic development has been carried out. As a result, 600 potential business niches have been identified. Based on this information, we have signed a trilateral agreement with region’s akimat (administrative center) and the private entrepreneur Akbayan. The new workshop is the first result of joint work. It is economically beneficial both to the entrepreneur and to the locals,” Director of the Chamber of Entrepreneurs of Atyrau Region Abdolla Idresov said.

The new workshop will be purchasing agricultural products from local farmers, which will allow for farmers to ensure the uninterrupted sale of their goods.

The consumers of the manufactured products will be cafes and restaurants, schools, kindergartens, various stores and companies.

“The equipment for cleansing, slicing and vacuum packaging of vegetables has been purchased from an Italian company. The equipment manufactured in Russia will also be used in the workshop. The manufacturing capacity during average loading will be 6,000 tons of product a month and it is to be increased in the future,” the report said.

The result of supply chain creation will be increase of employment of settlement’s population, of tax payments, expansion of list of products sold in stores of the settlement and increase of business activity among the locals.


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