Business news from Ukraine

MAUNTEX AGRO WANTS TO BUILD PIG FARM IN DNIPROPETROVSK REGION

Mauntex Agro LLC (Kharkiv) plans to reconstruct the former complex for fattening cattle and build new facilities for a pig farm with a closed production cycle in the village Dniprovske, Dnipropetrovsk region, according to the website of the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources. According to its data, the area of the complex will be 18.14 hectares. It is assumed that the annual capacity of the pig farm will reach 36,370 piglets (piglets weighing 30-32 kg) for subsequent fattening and 30,638 fattened young pigs with a live weight of 115-120 kg for sale to the meat processing plant.
The construction of the pig farm is to be carried out in ten stages. The start of the production cycle is planned after the commissioning of all construction stages.
According to the unified state register of legal entities and individuals, the founders of Mauntex Agro are Serhiy Zapara and Petro Maliar. The company is engaged in breeding pigs, meat production, meat products sale, as well as growing grain and oilseeds.

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SORATANO UKRAINE TO BUILD 100 MW WIND FARM IN BILHOROD-DNISTROVSKY DISTRICT OF ODESA REGION

Odesa Regional State Administration has signed a memorandum of cooperation with the wind energy company Soratano Ukraine LLC. According to the press service of the administration, the document provides for the construction of a wind power plant in Bilhorod-Dnistrovsky district of Odesa region. The total amount of investments is about EUR250 million.
“We’ve agreed to cooperate in the implementation of a project, which provides for the construction of a 100 MW power plant,” the press service said citing Head of Odesa Regional State Administration Maksym Stepanov.
The report also notes that the power plant is designed for 30 wind generators. The investor plans to complete the construction until 2020.
According to open data, the founder of Soratano Ukraine LLC is Cypriot SORATANO LTD, the ultimate beneficiary is a citizen of Belgium residing in Ukraine. At the same time, there are no online references to the implementation of such projects by these companies. As reported, Odesa Regional State Administration agreed to implement a similar project with little-known Ukraine Power Resources.

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