The Governor of Altai Krai said “I am confident that the new plant of Open Joint-Stock Company “Makfa” will become one of our leading processing enterprises”
During the working trip to the Troitskiy District the Governor of Altai Krai Alexander Karlin visited the new facility in the District. The well-known company “Makfa” carries out commissioning works at the plant for the production of buckwheat and other cereals. The new plant will produce 100 tons of cereals per day.
The company “Makfa” invested 817 million rubles in the construction of the processing plant in Altai Krai. “The well-known company in the country has created a new production in the Troitskiy district. “Makfa” - a company from Chelyabinsk, but we accept and support all investors who come with good intentions in our region,” said the Governor of Altai Krai Alexander Karlin.
Not incidentally, big investor is interested in Altai Krai: our farmers grow half of the buckwheat, which is produced in the country. The Troitskiy District attracted the attention not only as the center of this crop. This site is extremely beneficial in terms of logistics and in terms of energy. There are the federal highway and railway tracks in the Troitskiy District, the area is provided with electricity and is gasified, it is also important advantages for the organization of large-scale production.
It should be noted that the new entity in the Troitskiy District already packs buckwheat in bags for cooking in cardboard boxes and soft 800 grams package. The finished products will be delivered in the regions of Russia and abroad.
Reference: The production capacities of “Makfa” are in the Chelyabinsk, Sverdlovsk, Kurgan Oblasts and Stavropol Krai. The total production capacities of “Makfa” exceeded 180 thousand tons per year, accounting for 20% of the macaroni production in the Russian Federation including pasta made from hard sort of wheat - about 32%. The annual production output of all kinds of flour exceeds more than 450 thousand tons. Cereal production is intensively developed and now production output is 10 thousand tons per year.
By the official website of Altai Krai