Horlivka meat factory could soon start supplying products to Customs Union
Private joint-stock company Horlivka meat factory (Donetsk region), part of the Bakhmutsky Agrarian Union, will soon receive a permit to supply products to the countries of the Customs Union, according to a posting on the Web site of Russia's federal service for veterinary and phytosanitary surveillance Rosselkhoznadzor on Wednesday.
The service said that it agreed to the inclusion of the Ukrainian private joint-stock company in a register of companies of third countries accredited to supply products to the territory of the Customs Union.
"In the near term Horlivka meat factory will be included in the register of companies of third countries accredited to supply products to the territory of the Customs Union," reads the report.
Horlivka meat factory produces meat products from beef, pork, horse and poultry.
Bakhmutsky Agrarian Union includes a number of companies: CJSC Pivden-Agro (production of grains and industrial crops), Skhid-Agro (cultivation of grains, industrial crops, meat and dairy cattle breeding), an animal feed workshop (with a capacity of 50,000 tonnes per year), CJSC Dianivska poultry factory, private joint-stock company Horlivka meat plant, and production unit private joint-stock company Bakhmutsky Agrarian Union. The company produces finished products under the Bakhmut-Miaso and Schyry Kum brands.