Cremonini Group might participate in the implementation of an investment project to develop a meat cluster in Kazakhstan. For this purpose Kazakh Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture Askar Myrzakhmetov met with delegates of Inalca Eurasia (Cremonini Group), reported the Astana Times newspaper.
“As part of the Kazakh 100 Concrete Steps Plan of the Nation, the Ministry considers the participation of Cremonini Group represented by Inalca Eurasia in the implementation of an investment project to develop a meat cluster including feedlots, meat-packing plants, and distribution centers in the Almaty region,” reads the press release of the Kazakh Ministry of Agriculture.
The feedlots will house some 10-20 thousand animals and weekly supply 1.5-2 thousand heads to the slaughterhouse in the meat-packing plant, reported the Kazakh daily.
Back in mid-Jan. 2016, Inalca Eurasia signed a memorandum with Kazakh company Aktep to invest in the creation of a vertically-integrated company to construct feedlots with a total capacity of 44 thousand heads of cattle in Aktobe, Kostanai and West Kazakhstan regions, as well as to modernize a meat processing plant in Aktobe region increasing its capacity up to 20 thousand tonnes of meat and meat products.
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