APG “Pan Kurchak” invests in modernization of production
VMP LLC, which is a part of Pan Kurchak APG and is engaged in pork processing, production of meat and sausage products, modernizes and expands production areas, as well as modernizes equipment. The designers proposed a 4-stage reconstruction option, so the builders work without stopping the meat processing plant. Contractors have already built more than 2,000 square meters of new space, as well as reconstructed more than 5,500 square meters of existing space. The total cost of the modernization project is 62 million hryvnias. Of these, 26 are aimed at re-equipment. Such investments allow to double production capacities. If today the Novovolynsk enterprise makes 40 tons of production daily, after completion of reconstruction already 80 tons of high-quality sausages and meat products will be offered to consumers.
“Modernization of all technological chains is one of the constant priorities of the agro-industrial group, as it allows to produce high-quality and competitive products in accordance with international standards. Thus, the Novovolynsk meat-packing plant has a high level of organization of pork production, observance of all necessary measures for the production of a quality ecological product, certified by the SAI Global quality certificate. Its compliance is confirmed annually by international experts after a thorough audit of the company, “said Serhiy Horlach, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of APG Pan Kurchak.
In addition, the Novovolynsk meat-packing plant has implemented a food safety management system that complies with international standards ISO 22000: 2005 (food safety management system, requirements for the organization of the production and supply chain).
Today VMP LLC is one of the most powerful producers of sausages and meat products on the domestic market. The product range is more than 100 items. It is represented in more than 5,000 retail outlets in all regions. VMP Ltd. sells finished products under the trademarks “Volynproduct”, “Volyn” and “Ukrainian pork”.