Grain stocks allow PAVA to sign large flour export agreements

Grain stocks allow PAVA to sign large flour export agreements

PAVA signs contracts for shipment of flour produced at Mikhailovsky milling plant to Central Asia. During autumn harvesting campaign PAVA purchased large volumes of wheat, which gives the grain processor confidence in making predictions and allows to sign contracts for large amounts of flour at competitive prices.

Being one of the Russia’s top grain processors PAVA signs contracts for shipment of flour produced at Mikhailovsky milling plant to Central Asia. During autumn harvesting campaign PAVA purchased large volumes of wheat, which gives the grain processor confidence in making predictions and allows to sign contracts for large amounts of flour at competitive prices. "We are aware that today many of our partners and importers from Central Asia are concerned with the disappointing forecasts of wheat shortage. Kazakhstan is in the middle of heated discussion of proposed export ban for grain processed products. I wouldn’t want this issue to cause speculations and inflation of prices. Having assessed the potential of our company, I can confidently say that we have stocked sufficient amounts of grain. This allows us to ship flour to our Asian partners by using 100% of the production capacity of Mikhailovsky milling plant", comments PAVA’s CCO Angela Kiseleva.

PAVA’s Mikhailovsky milling plant is situated on generous Altay soil famous for high yields of crops and nicknamed Siberia’s breadbasket. Plant’s production is focused on the processing of local raw materials that are the best in Russia judging from its baking qualities. In addition, Mikhailovsky mill is located at the Russian Kazakh border, which significantly reduces the transportation costs.

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