PAVA ships flour to central Asia

PAVA ships flour to central Asia

PAVA has started shipments of consumer-sized flour to Kazakhstan. A new partner has chosen Altay-Batyushka flour in 5kg and 10kg bags.

Being one of the largest grain processors in Russia PAVA has started shipments of consumer-sized flour to Kazakhstan. A new partner has chosen “Altay-Batyushka” flour in 5kg and 10kg bags.

“At first our partner from Kazakhstan ordered a consignment of “Altay-Batyushka” flour as a trial. The product was then realized in an extremely short period of time within one working day and we received another order from the partner for a much larger volume”, says PAVA’s CCO Angela Kiseleva.

The grain processor PAVA packs “Altay-Batyushka” flour into colorful bags with the image of the deep blue sky, fertile Altay soil and an old-fashioned mill. This memorable design is well known to the Russian costumers and can now be seen in Kazakhstan.

PAVA has also signed a contract for the supply of flour to Kirgizia’ state reserve. The first shipment of flour to Kirgizia was organized from Rebrikha milling plant in March. The partners were satisfied with the way it was arranged as well as with the quality of flour. Flawless execution of contractual obligations allowed PAVA  to sign a contract with a Kirgiz partner for April and May 2011 for around 5 000 tons of flour.

"We have shipped our products abroad from each of our three mills on commercial basis as well as within state-supported campaigns. Each of PAVA’ mills has its advantages in terms of logistics. Our partners are free to choose the mill that the products are to be shipped from. Our Kirgiz partner will receive the product from Rebrikha milling plant”, says Angela Kiseleva.

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