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More than 8k tonnes of greenhouse vegetables were produced by the greenhouse combine “TyumenAgro”, which is located in Narimanovo village in the Tyumenskiy region in 2016. That was reported to the Governor of the Tyumen region Vladimir Yakushev by the Executive Director of the facility Aleksey Kremlev.
“We cultivate tomatoes, cucumbers, salads and lettuce. Supplies of products to the market started in 2015. At that moment, more than 5.5 tonnes of vegetables were supplied. In 2016, sales growth amounted to 43.6%. Greenhouse area increased from 11 ha in 2015 to 16 ha in 2016. Volume of investments in construction of new greenhouses is about 1.3 bln. RUB. About 300 people are employed,” stated the Director.
According to him, in 2014-2016 “TyumenAgro” obtained State aid in a volume of 1 billion 298 mio. RUB, including 912.8 mio. RUB – federal budget, regional budget – 385.2 mio. RUB.
“The company actively applies innovative technologies. The distinguishing characteristic of the complex is the use of modern supplementary lighting technology which will lead to yield doubling. Our products are popular not only in Tyumen but also in Northern autonomous districts and other regions of the Ural federal district,” said Aleksey Kremlev.
The investor intends to launch the 3rd stage of the greenhouse complex with the area from 11 to 15 ha. Planned investment volume is 3 billion RUB. This will result in creation of 150 work places.
“For now, our region is not provided with greenhouse vegetables completely. That is why the 3rd stage of greenhouse complex “TyumenAgro” is urgently needed. It is very important for us to be provided with the implementation of this project. Unfortunately, we have several obstacles: it is needed to introduce the amendments to the general layout, land utilization and building works. These procedures are formal and we cannot accelerate them. Nevertheless, the regional government is ready to provide assistance”, concluded Vladimir Yakushev.
Source: “Tyumenskaya linia”