Japanese-owned Kivshovata Agro has doubled its grain storage capacity by launching a new 16,000-ton grain elevator
Monday, September 3, 2018

Japanese-owned Kivshovata Agro has doubled its grain storage capacity by launching a new 16,000-ton grain elevator

Japanese-owned Kivshovata Agro has doubled its grain storage capacity by launching a new 16,000-ton grain elevator at its farm base in Kivshovata, 130 km south of Kyiv city. Owned by Tokyo’s Thirdwave Corporation, Kivshovata Agro plans to expand its land bank four times, to 10,000 hectares, over the next five year, the company says.

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