News last update:6 Aug 2012

New grain processing plant for PAVA

OJSC PAVA plans to become a leading Russian company in advanced grain processing through the implementation of a new plant. The plant will be oriented on the production of vital wheat gluten, wheat starches, syrups, compound animal feed, liquefied CO2, wheat germ oil and alcohols – of beverage, fuel and industrial grades.

In view of the recent developments on the global food and feed markets, management of PAVA reconsidered the initial production plan so as to engage most of the resources in manufacturing of food ingredients and animal feed – which will now account for 80% of the total output.

Better suit market needs
Taking it a step further, a very important point about this project is the flexibility of the outputs making up the final production volume. It means that due to the chosen technology the company may take into account the current supply and demand situation on the market and adjust the shares of manufactured goods to better suit the market needs and improve the economic performance. Consequently, at different periods PAVA may produce different amounts of starch products, alcohols, etc.

More plants
The new plant will be built on the basis of the existing production facilities in the Rebrikha district (the Altay Territory) where one of the grain processor's flour mills is located. The company plans to reconstruct and extend these facilities, and add three more plants – for production of gluten, starches and alcohol.

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