August 21, 2008

 

Russia's Pava chosen to store Russia's intervention grain

 
 

Russia's Special Commission with the Department of Agricultural and food markets at the Russian Ministry of Agriculture recently chose PAVA, one of three leading grain processors in Russia to store intervention grains.

 

Grains from the state intervention fund in 2008-2009 would be stored on the Rebrikha, Mikhailovsky and Achinsk flour mills, Chemrovsky and Pankrushikha grain reception centres, all units of PAVA.

 

In 2007, PAVA shipped over 17 percent of the total volume of exported flour to the countries of Far and Near abroad, heping it earn the Best Exporter of the Industry title from the Russian Ministry of Economic Development and Trade. 

 

The enterprises have been fully prepared for storing of grain from the state intervention fund starting from mechanical cleanup at the elevators, gassing of the working areas and finishing with check-up of the equipment and railroad bed of the access ways, the company said.

 

For PAVA, storing of grain from the intervention fund is one more confirmation to the high professionalism of the teams at our divisions and enterprises.

 

Taking part in storage of intervention grain from the state fund is also proof of the company's high status at the federal level, since grain storage promote the governmental policy of stabilizing the grain market, stressed Andrey Ananin, OJSC PAVA Director General.

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