Butter-cheese plant opened after reconstruction in the Troitsky District,in Altai Krai
The opening of “Troitsky Butter-Cheese Plant” held in the Troitskoe village of the Troitsky District, , which was attended by Deputy Governor of Altai Krai Alexander Lukyanov, Deputy Head of the Department of Altai Krai for Food, Processing, Pharmaceutical Industry and Biotechnologies, Alexander Bolshakov, and the Head of the Group of Companies “Kiprino” Denis Zyuzin, according Doc22.
Since December 2015 the plant was reconstructed. “There is high-tech equipment, and a new cheese storage was built for milk receiving, equipment section was fully upgraded, capacity of salting section increased by 30% - informed the Department of Altai Krai for Food, Processing, Pharmaceutical Industry and Biotechnologies. - The cheese-making workshop increased the capacity of the cheese ripening rooms, as well as the climate control system was installed. The new system eliminates temperature gradients, which contributes to a stable technological process, but also creates a comfortable working environment. The automation of production has reduced manual labor.”
Particular attention was paid during the reconstruction to ensure production safety. Automated systems were installed in the plant, which are responsible for hygiene. In addition, dining room was renovated in the plant, which provides employees with free hot meals.
“Troitsky Butter-Cheese Plant” joined the Group of Companies “Kiprino” in 2005 and at the same time the first reconstruction was carried out here. During the second reconstruction of the enterprise concentrated whey drying was built in 2007, new boilers and equipment for the production of hard cheeses were installed, compressor was reconstructed. The current third reconstruction completely modernized production.
The “Troitsky Butter-Cheese Plant” currently process up to 120 tons of milk per day, and the plant is aimed at the production of high-quality natural cheeses in the new packaging formats. Production of the plant is delivered to Russia, from Moscow to Vladivostok.