There will be another powerful elevator complex in Volyn
Agrotechnika LLC, which is a part of Pan Kurchak APG, plans to open the second stage of the elevator in the village of Charukiv, Lutsk district, Volyn, in June. The elevator is equipped with modern silos with a total volume of up to 25 thousand tons, providing long-term storage of grain and a dryer on an alternative fuel – straw. The elevator is equipped with a production and technical laboratory similar to the European one. In the future, it is planned to build the 3rd stage for 21 thousand tons.
This year the company has invested in improving the infrastructure of the elevator industry. In particular, in order to make it easier for farmers to transport grain for export, a railway access road was put into operation. The load on the railway will be 460 tons per day (7 cars). And loading time from the moment of giving of cars makes only 6 hours. In addition, they are automatically weighed. In addition to convenient transshipment, improved conditions for small farmers, who can hold a new harvest on a certified elevator and wait for a good price.
The powerful grain drying complex in the village of Charukiv can daily bring 600 tons of wheat and barley, 300 tons of rapeseed and soybeans, 200 tons of corn to marketable condition. At the same time, a modern laboratory with equipment from leading European companies guarantees quality and accuracy. Therefore, grain owners do not have to overpay for far-fetched humidity or clutter.
“Agrotechnics Ltd. practices an individual approach, and therefore takes into account the wishes of each customer. Investments in the construction of a convenient railway access road and a modern laboratory that meets international standards are proof of the improvement of infrastructure to improve customer service, ”summed up Serhiy Horlach, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Pan Kurchak Agropromgroup.
In general, Agrotechnika LLC has a strong network of modern elevators in the Volyn region (Turiysk, Lokachi, Charukiv (Nesvich station), Maryanivka), where grain is received, cleaned, dried and stored.