The Danish agricultural company Agromino with assets in Ukraine, the Russian Federation and Estonia reduced its net profit by 61.5% in 2020 compared to 2019, to EUR 1 million.
According to the annual report on the company’s website, its total revenue increased by 52.6% to EUR 56.6 million over 2020.
“On 15 July 2020, Agromino announced its plan to apply for delisting of Agromino’s shares. On 19 October 2020, Nasdaq Stockholm has approved such application. The last day of trading of Agromino’s shares was 30 October 2020,” according to the company’s press release.
The consolidated assets of the agricultural company as of December 31, 2020 were estimated at EUR 81 million (EUR 113.57 million in 2019).
“The Group’s strategy is to secure sufficient elevator capacity to enable the Group to dry the in-house produced grain after it has been harvested. Generally, the Group sells the maximum amount of wheat, corn, rapeseed, and soya to exports and sunflower on the local market,” the company said.
The total capacity of Agromino’s storage facilities increased from 121,000 tonnes in 2019 to 135,000 tonnes in 2020. The company cultivated 55,500 hectares in Ukraine in 2020, having harvested a total of 208,840 tonnes of crops, including 90,998 tonnes of wheat, 34,410 tonnes of sunflower, 64,392 tonnes of corn, 6,695 tonnes of rapeseed and 2,182 tonnes of soybeans.
According to the agricultural company, the financial results of 2020 include losses from exchange rate differences in the amount of EUR 3.3 million (in 2019 – EUR 1.8 million) associated with the depreciation of the Ukrainian hryvnia and the Russian ruble.
Agromino (formerly Trigon Agri) was established in 2006. It specializes in grain and dairy production, agricultural trade.
Its land bank in Ukraine is about 55,500 hectares. It cultivates land in Kharkiv, Mykolaiv, Kirovohrad, Kyiv, Zhytomyr, Khmelnytsky and Lviv regions.