The group includes the greenhouse complexes Yaroslavsky, Novosibirsky and Tolmachevsky. The total area of the group's enterprises for 2019 is 55 hectares, which allows to grow more than 50,000 tons of vegetables annually. In December 2018, the opening of the 2nd stage of the Tolmachevsky greenhouse complex and the 4th stage of the Yaroslavsky greenhouse complex took place.
Kaluga region. The total area of greenhouses is 80 hectares, currently the holding is completing the construction of new greenhouses, increasing the territory of the complex to 130 hectares. After the enterprise reaches its capacity, production will reach 75,000 tons of vegetables per year. In addition to greenhouse vegetables, the company is engaged in the cultivation of mushrooms, and also plans to grow vegetables in the open ground with their further processing.
The first stage of the greenhouse complex started to work in July 2018. Greenhouses are built using Dutch technology with a year-round lighting system and climate control system. At the "Golden Autumn 2018" exhibition in Moscow, as part of the government delegation of Voronezh Region, "Rodina" greenhouse complex received a Grand Prix for its contribution to the development of the industry. In the autumn of 2018, the company began construction of the second stage of the complex, investment in construction will be about 1.3 billion rubles.
Republic of Tatarstan. 35.8 hectares of greenhouses, annual production of about 48,000 tons. Company has an active investment policy, over the past five years more than 4 billion rubles have been invested to the development of the enterprise. "Maysky" greenhouse complex is the first and only Russian greenhouse enterprise to introduce an international quality system confirming the environmental safety of its products.
Karachay-Cherkessia. Agroholding Steppe. The total area of greenhouses is 144 hectares, the volume of production is over 45,000 tons of vegetables per year. In the next five years it is planned to carry out a complete modernization of the enterprise, which will allow increasing the production of vegetables at least twice.
207, 21 hectares of existing greenhouse complexes in Stavropol, Leningrad and Lipetsk regions of Russia. The development strategy is 934, 67 ha until 2023, Voronezh, Moscow and Tula regions, as well as Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan will be added to the geography of its presence. The launch of the first stage of the "Tulsky" greenhouse complex is planned for June 2019, the total project area is 77.88 hectares, the annual volume of vegetables harvest is 62,500 tons. The first stage of Voronezh greenhouse complex is in planned to start in 2020, the total area of the complex is 60 hectares, the annual volume of vegetables harvest after the project reaches its full capacity will be 38,200 tons. The first stage of the Moscow Region greenhouse complex is June 2020, the land area is 68.62 hectares, the annual volume of vegetables is 55,000 tons. There are also plans on the construction of…
Agroholding Vyborzhets, a leader in the production of vegetables in North-West region, has been founded 34 years ago. In 2018, construction of the second stage of the greenhouse complex in Vsevolozhsk District of Leningrad Region was completed, construction of a mushroom growing complex is planned, the total production capacity will be 10 thousand tons of mushrooms per year.
LipetskAgro company grows tomatoes and cucumbers under "Valley of Vegetables" brand. The total area of greenhouses in Lipetsk region is about 60 hectares. At the end of 2018, LipetskAgro started the construction of the sixth stage of its project worth 3 billion rubles on the area of 12 hectares, with the cost of the investment project being 7.2 billion rubles.
Agrokombinat Churilovo, Chelyabinsk region. The total area of the agro-complex is 25 hectares, the volume of production is 25,000 tons per year. At the end of the year, the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia conducted a selection of investment projects for financing under a program that provides subsidizing for the costs of building new facilities. The program included a large-scale construction project for the Gorny greenhouse complex, which is being completed by the Churilovo company in Ust-Katav. The federal budget will allocate 260 million rubles for its implementation and another 114 million will be added from the regional budget. In addition, the project received funding from the Russian single-industry development fund. The launch of greenhouses is planned for spring 2019.