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02 September 2022, 15:38

Belarus' agricultural company Dzerzhinsky expected to reach Br1bn in revenue in coming years

KRUPKI DISTRICT, 2 September (BelTA) - The Agrokombinat Dzerzhinsky agricultural company expects to reach a revenue of Br1 billion by 2027, Director General Vladimir Lukyanov said as he spoke with Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko on 2 September, BelTA has learned.

“In the near future the company plans to reach Br1 billion,” said Vladimir Lukyanov.

The agricultural company plans to produce 110,000 tonnes of broiler chickens, 6,000 tonnes of turkey meat and 91 million eggs annually by 2025.

During his tour of Dzerzhinsky's facilities in Krupki District, Aleksandr Lukashenko got familiar with the company's production capabilities and the prospects for development. The president was shown a new unit for fattening broiler chickens, a meat processing workshop at the production facility near the village of Dvorishche.

"Is there a demand for poultry? Will it increase?" the president said.

According to Vladimir Lukyanov, there are no problems with the demand both within the country and abroad. On the contrary, it is growing. In this regard Alexander Lukashenko urged the company to ramp up sales margins and consequently the output.

"If this is something your company needs, just let us know. We will offer the most favorable terms. If you set out sights on something, we will make a decision instantly," the head of state said.

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