Russian grain exporter volume up 52% in May

Russian grain exporter volume up 52% in May

Being one of the largest grain processors in Siberia and the Far East OJSC PAVA has increased the volume of its export shipments by 52% in May 2011 compared to April volumes.

Being one of the largest grain processors in Siberia and the Far East OJSC PAVA has increased the volume of its export shipments by 52% in May 2011 compared to April volumes. The volume of flour shipped to near abroad countries in May reached 8300 tons.

The largest volumes were shipped to Uzbekistan while Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kirgizia and Mongolia proved to be popular destinations as well.

The company representatives evaluate May results as high. PAVA acquired five new clients and extended significantly the assortment range of shipped products. The Company’s partners used to order mainly flour of the first grade, whilst the grain processor is now exporting flour of high, first and second grades, as well as “Zhitnitsa” flour and semolina.

"Increase in volume of shipment is not the only sign of success for us. What also counts is what our partners hear when they make inquiries about PAVA. The current image of good sales has been shaped thanks to one of our biggest partners "Surxson meva-sabzavod tayyorlov savdo" company in Uzbekistan", comments PAVA's CCO Ms. Angela Kiseleva. Ms Kiseleva also stressed that each rail car with products passes strict procedures of quality control.

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