Since 2021, three major investment projects in the dairy industry worth more than 1 billion rubles will be launched in Perm region
Two projects will be implemented by the end of the year by LLC Yugovskoy Dairy Products Plant. It is stated that in the third quarter of 2021, the company will put into operation the production of hard and semi-hard cheeses with a capacity of 4 thousand tons per year worth 123.3 million rubles, of which the regional budget subsidizes 37 million rubles. According to the regional ministry, the second facility, which LLC Yugovskoy Dairy Products Plant intends to launch this year, will be the production of milk powder and whey powder with a capacity of 3 thousand tons per year. Funding will amount to 633.3 million rubles, subsidies from the regional budget – 190 million rubles.
The third investment project "Modernization of the main production workshops for the production of milk powder and whey powder" is implemented by LLC MasKo, Chernushka district. The facility is scheduled to open in the third quarter of 2021 with a capacity of 3 thousand tons per year. The volume of investments – 280 million rubles, subsidies - 84 million rubles.
Last year, according to the regional Ministry of Agriculture, the enterprises of the processing industry completed three objects for a total investment of 1 billion 41 million rubles, they were granted a subsidy of 175 million rubles.
Two investment projects totaling 241 million rubles were implemented by LLC Yugovskoy Dairy Products Plant, which upgraded and installed equipment in two workshops - for the production of milk powder and cream powder, freeze-dried cream and whey powder, as well as for the production of cheeses.
LLC MaSKo has invested 800 million rubles in an automated line for the production of semi-hard and hard cheese varieties.
‘Since 2020, a new direction of state support has appeared in connection with the increase in the production of dairy raw materials, the expansion of the product line, as well as the need to smooth out the seasonality of milk production,’ reported the relevant department. ‘The region subsidizes investors 30 % of the costs of creating facilities for processing milk into products with a long-shelf life – facilities for the production of hard and semi-hard cheeses, as well as milk, cream and whey powder.