April 18, 2013

Ruukki's to provide buildings solutions to Russia's Poultry Akashevskaya
Press release
Ruukki is to deliver buildings totalling 60,000 square metres for new Poultry Akashevskaya's facility in the Mari El Republic in Russia.


The buildings are based on Ruukki's cold-formed galvanised profiles, which are market leader in Russia. The new facility is being built from distinct, lightweight structural components that can be modified for various applications. Thanks to their simple structure, the buildings can be quickly tailored to meet specific customer needs. Highly prefabricated elements and structures enable quick installation and thus reduce building costs.


"Ruukki's complete buildings solutions using cold-formed galvanised profiles are ideal for logistics and commercial buildings. Thanks to the rapid modernisation of Russian agriculture, Ruukki's complete buildings solutions are now in demand, especially in the agricultural sector. Russia aims to be self-sufficient in broiler production," says Jussi Tuisku, General Director, Ruukki Rus.


Ruukki will deliver the frames, structures, wall panels and steel roofs for the buildings. "Our energy-efficient wall and roof structures reduce the lifecycle costs of buildings. Our own sandwich panel plant in Russia enables us to make prompt deliveries," adds Tuisku. Deliveries are scheduled to be completed this summer.


The order just received is a continuation of Ruukki's earlier deliveries to Poultry Akashevskaya's production facilities. Ruukki's strategic intent is growth in Russia. Poultry Akashevskaya Agroholding is one of the largest poultry companies in Russia. The company is rapidly growing and currently employs around 2,000 people.


Ruukki specialises in steel and steel construction. We provide customers with energy-efficient steel solutions for better living, working and moving. We have around 9,000 employees and an extensive distribution and dealer network across some 30 countries including the Nordic countries, Russia and elsewhere in Europe and the emerging markets, such as India, China and South America.

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