Agrofusion plant resumes operations in de-occupied Snihurivka district - Kim

Agrofusion plant resumes operations in de-occupied Snihurivka district - Kim

Agrofusion's plant in the de-occupied Snihurivka district (Mykolaiv region) resumes operations.

The head of the regional military administration, Vitaliy Kim, announced this at Ukraine Media Center – Ukrinform on May 22.

"Agrofusion plant in Snihurivka district is resuming operations at a fairly fast pace. The fields have already been cleared of mines. The company has moved its facilities elsewhere, where it is already growing seedlings. By the fall, the plant is expected to be fully operational. Next year we plan to increase production," Kim said.

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According to him, such large enterprises as PepsiCo, the Yantar brewery, and Nibulon have now reopened in Mykolaiv region. Five more companies are considering resuming operations in the region soon.

Agrofusion is a Ukrainian vertically integrated group of companies engaged in the production and processing of tomatoes.

As reported, there are currently no official data on Mykolaiv ports joining the grain corridor.

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