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Ukraine: tomato processing plants in Mykolaiv region will resume their work

Three tomato processing plants of the Agrofusion group located on the front line of the Mykolaiv region (Ukraine) were severely damaged during the hostilities. They will resume work and the exports of products.

This was announced by the founder and director of Agrofusion Serhii Sipko, EastFruit reports with reference to AgroTimes.

“In the Mykolaiv region, we have built three tomato processing plants. These factories were among the best in Europe. Our factories are located in the Zhovtnev district of the Mykolaiv region and in the Snigirevsky district. These regions were on the front line and suffered greatly,” he said.

The director of the Agrofusion group of companies assured that the plants will resume work.

“400 out of 2 000 employees remained here. One of the important tasks that we face is the restoration of the industry, we need jobs, taxes, and goods that we will supply to Europe,” Serhii Sipko said.

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The Agrofusion holding was created by the former CEO of Sandora, Sergey Sipko, after its sale to PepsiCo. The Agrofusion group of companies produces tomato paste TM “Inagro”. The company is a certified supplier to HJ Heinz, Unilever, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Nestle, Mars Foods, etc


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