In early July, the Cherkizovo Group’s grain facilities began harvesting yields in the Voronezh and Orlov Regions, according to a press release by the group. As of July 22, it had already threshed more than 27,000 tons of grain.
During this agricultural year, Cherkizovo Group increased its sowing area to 40,000 hectares. Like last year, the main crops sown were wheat, barley, soy, corn, sunflower, peas, and rapeseed.
“In 2012, despite problematic weather conditions, the company showed good results, harvesting 115,000 tons of grain. This year, the company is counting on harvesting more than 150,000 tons under favourable weather conditions,” the press release stated.
Kommersant business daily has released yet another annual Top 1,000 Russian Managers ranking compiled by the Russian Managers Association. This time, four Cherkizovo Group executives made it to the top: Oleg Zakov, Director at Cherkizovo Trade House; Irina Kim, Ready Meals Marketing Director; Natalya Klepikova, Head of Government Relations; and Evgeny Subbotin, Director for Procurement, Logistics, and Supplies.
Cherkizovo Group, Russia’s largest meat producer, continues to expand the product portfolio of its flagship brand of the same name.
Anastasia Mikhailova, Head of Communications at Cherkizovo Group, took part in an open conference on the role of climate regulation in the competitiveness of Russian agricultural products. In her presentation, she talked about the Company's contribution to reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Cherkizovo Group, Russia’s largest meat producer, took part in the Exchange Yard agricultural and machinery exhibition for the first time. We offered our best products for tasting and shared our plans to grow business in the region.