The construction of an export-oriented wholesale distribution center (DC) for storage and processing of agricultural products has begun in the city of Elektrostal, Moscow Region (Russia This is reported by the Minister of Agriculture and Food of the Moscow Region, Sergei Voskresensky on the website of Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation.
“A large investment project for the construction of an export-oriented wholesale distribution center for storage and processing of agricultural products is being implemented by the “Freshistoria” company. The volume of investments will amount to over 1.1 billion rubles. The total area of the center will be about 20 thousand square meters. More than 180 new jobs will be created,” Sergei Voskresensky said.
The project involves the construction of cold storage units for strawberries, mushrooms, tomatoes, cucumbers, freezer units for storing frozen products such as fish and meat and warehouses for dry products, auxiliary and technical premises. The center will provide services for sorting, processing and packaging of vegetables, berries and other products, their transportation outside the Russian Federation, internal and external logistics services.
“Work is now underway to complete the development of project documentation. Construction work will begin in the second quarter of this year. The planned completion date of the facility is the second quarter of 2022,” Sergei Voskresensky noted.
The construction of the wholesale distribution center will facilitate the promotion of Russian agricultural products to foreign markets.
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