Grana Association, the largest umbrella body for grain-producing companies in Russia’s Altai region, is opening a new grain mill together with Tretyakovsky Elevator in 2018.
Grana Association-owned Tretyakovsky Elevator is announced that is opening a grain mill in Russia’s Altai region with a daily capacity of 100 MT of groats by 2018. According to news at Bakeryandsnacks.com, Grana is the umbrella association of several grain-processing enterprises in Russia’s Altai region and markets grains and flours grown in the region under the Grana brand nationally and around the world. Tretyakovsky Elevator was launched in 1937 and produces grains and granules from grains. Its main customer is Russia’s Ministry of Agriculture. The company’s grain mill currently has a daily capacity of 80 MT of groats. The company is now planning to boost its daily sales of finished products to 380 MT once their production is expanded from the current capacity of 300 MT.
Having begun in 1992 with buckwheat plants with capacity of 25 tons of grain per day, Grana annually increases capacities in the region by building new plants and modernizing existing ones. Today, enterprises under its umbrella daily process 1,100 tons of wheat, 165 tons of groat grains and 480 tons of compound feeds and feed mixes.