Agrofusion launched last week its third tomato processing plant, a $35 million complex
Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Agrofusion launched last week its third tomato processing plant, a $35 million complex

Agrofusion launched last week its third tomato processing plant, a $35 million complex in Snihurivka 70 km east of Mykolayiv city. Capable of processing 4,000 tons of tomatoes a day, the plant was partially funded by the EBRD and EIB, and uses equipment from Italy, Germany and the US, Sergei Sypko, president of Agrofusion Group, told Interfax-Ukraine. Sypko announced plans to grow and process 750,000 tons of tomatoes, 20% more than today. At the launching, President Poroshenko the laid the first brick of new tomato drying plant, and later wrote on Twitter: “Ukraine’s agrocomplex is a sector where Ukraine demonstrates a fantastic growth rate.”

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