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23 January 2023

Cherkizovo Group exported over 100,000 tonnes of products in 2022

Moscow, Russia — January 23 – Cherkizovo Group, Russia’s largest meat producer, increased its international shipments by close to 25 % in volume terms in 2022. In Russian rubles, exports were up by more than 40 % as the Company diversified its portfolio to increase the share of high value-added products.

29 December 2022

Cherkizovo Group provides more than 3,000 holiday gifts for children

Moscow, Russia — December 29 – Cherkizovo Group, Russia’s largest meat producer, has prepared for the upcoming holiday season by providing gift sets for children in need. In addition, Company employees have collected toys for the Podari Zhizn charity foundation.

23 December 2022

National indexes of meat supply (IMS), November 2022

Cherkizovo Group publishes industrial meat supply indexes for November 2022. The indexes describe dynamics of meat supply — poultry, pork and beef — in Russia.

Russia’s Cherkizovo opens replacement chick facility

February 16, 2017

Company hopes to achieve 90 percent self-sufficiency in hatching eggs.

Cherkizovo Group has launched its first replacement chick site at its new poultry production facility in the Lipetsk region of Russia. This marks a key step towards import substitution, which will help Cherkizovo to ultimately achieve 90 percent self-sufficiency in hatching eggs.

This facility is part of the group’s full scale poultry production project in the Lipetsk region, into which the company has invested close to RUB3 billion (US$51.7 million) to date. The modern, state-of-the-art equipment at the facility, which adheres to the highest sanitary and biosafety standards, makes the Lipetsk site a potential candidate for export certification in the future. One replacement chick site will produce up to 222 thousand chicks. In 2017, the company’s total stock is expected to reach 2,040 thousand chicks.

Cherkizovo Group has been producing poultry meat in the Lipetsk region for over ten years and has full control over the entire production chain. The group has constructed a number of broiler sites, including ‘Novonikolskaya,’ one of the biggest in its portfolio, and has also commissioned the largest hatchery in Europe with an annual capacity of 220 million eggs.

The group launched the first parent stock cluster at Lipetsk in 2016 and there are currently three more parent stock sites at near-completion stage. The entire project, consisting of two replacement chick sites and four parent stock sites, will be fully completed in 2017. Once finished, the group’s production capacity will reach 64 million hatching eggs per year, making it 90 percent self-sufficient in hatching eggs.

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