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from 20.01.2016

Andrei Kobyakov made a working trip to Vitebsk region

Prime Minister Andrei Kobyakov supported the proposal to create integrated structures in the Vitebsk region. This was discussed during a working visit of the head of the Government in the Vitebsk region.

According to preliminary information, there will be five such structures, they will form on the basis of the Vitebsk meat-packing plant, Vitebsk broiler poultry factory, Glubokoye, Orsha and Polotsk bread-baking. The list of businesses that will be part of the integrated structures are already estimated, and also defined by their managers. It is expected that through such associations it will be possible to reduce production costs.

During his working trip to the Vitebsk region the Prime Minister visited the Vitebsk Engine Repair Plant and agricultural production "Mazolovogaz" (branch of PU "Vitebskgaz") Enterprise "Vitebskoblgas." He held a meeting to consider the results of socio-economic development of the Vitebsk region in 2015. Andrei Kobyakov was informed on the implementation of the established tasks, as well as the payment and repayment of debts on wages.

On the Engine Plant Prime Minister was demonstrated new components and assemblies, production of which has been utilized in recent years, was informed of the work to exports increase. Now the products are delivered only in Russia, the markets of Turkmenistan, Armenia are studied, held negotiations with Sakhalin firm to open a dealership Vitebsk plant.

On agriculture "Mazolovogaz" Andrei Kobyakov acquainted with innovative technologies in animal feeding, rearing livestock breeding and production of milk. Technological innovations are developed on the basis of scientific and practical center of the dairy farm on 475 goals. In 2014-2015 there were reconstructed and now it is a modern complex, which has no analogues in its equipment in Belarus. Its uniqueness is that in addition to the automated robotic milking process feed. The use of this technology has allowed in the past year to increase milk yield  and to increase the proportion of the extra milk varieties up to 79% of the total.​

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