800 jobs created at the Tyumen broiler breeding complex

TYUMEN, February 24 – RIA Novosti. More than 800 jobs have been created at the complex for growing and processing broilers with a capacity of 40 thousand tons per year, which is being built as part of a large investment project in which two rural areas are involved – the Golyshmanovsky urban district and the Yurginsky district of the Tyumen region, the press service of the regional government reports.

According to her, to date, the construction of almost all facilities of the complex has been completed, including a feed mill with a capacity of 120 thousand tons per year, a pedigree reproducer and a hatchery, a slaughterhouse, as well as five of seven feedlots. In the village of Golyshmanovo, three apartment buildings for employees have also been erected. Mostly Tyumen contractors were involved in the construction of housing and production facilities.

Now the enterprise is undergoing commissioning, but it already produces about 150 tons of products per day. Its quality and technological processes are controlled by an intelligent video surveillance system. “The emergence of innovative enterprises in rural areas, the creation of new jobs in high-tech agricultural production changes for the better the quality of life of people, increases the prestige of peasant labor,” said Vladimir Yakushev, the presidential envoy to the Ural Federal District, together with the governor of the Tyumen region Alexander Moor examined the complex.

In turn, the chairman of the board of directors of the investor company Ruskom Group of Companies Temuri Latariya said that the company, together with the State Agrarian University of the Northern Trans-Urals, is implementing a unique educational project that provides for the creation of a special corporate group on the basis of the university, which will train specialists for work at a specific enterprise. based on the projected needs for qualified personnel. Tyumen region

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