A plant for 2 billion rubles will be launched in the Bobrovsky municipal district as a part of the "New Industrialization of the region" strategic project

On September 6, The Governor of the Voronezh Region Alexander Gusev had a meeting with the Managing Director of DMK International Michael Feller.

The meeting was attended by Deputy Chairman of the Voronezh Region Government Viktor Logvinov, the Head of the Economic Development Department Danil Kustov and the head of the administration of the Bobrovsky district Anatoly Balbekov.

The parties discussed the implementation of the new investment project «The construction of a cheese factory» with a capacity of 450 tons of milk per day.

The largest German producer of dairy products intends to launch a new cheese factory in November. The company will produce Russian cheese, gouda, maasdam and whey powder. The manufacturer plans to supply cheese to all regions of Russia, CIS and far abroad countries.

The appearance of a new enterprise will allow creating about 170 new working positions. The total investment volume is 2 billion rubles. Tax revenues to the budgets of all levels will amount to up to 150 million rubles a year.

The governor Alexander Gusev noted that the regional authorities are ready to continue provision off the comprehensive assistance to the investor, including regarding tax preferences provided for by law.

It is worth noting that the Bobrovsky cheese factory of this German company is already operating in the Troynya village. The enterprise is located on the territory of 4.3 hectares. The company specializes in the production of semi-hard cheese and dry whey.

The investor confirmed Alexander Gusev that the improvement of recipes and production technologies will continue, as well as the expansion of the assortment. In addition, the company consistently invests in the modernization and development of production. For example, the company built treatment facilities at a plant worth 330 million rubles.


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