A plant for refining and bottling of soybean oil will be built in the city of Blagoveshchensk, Amur region. The presentation of the plant, which is projected to release 50 MMT of the product a day, will be held on December 20, the press service of LLC ANK-Holding reports.
The facility is to produce soybean oil under a new brand named “Pearl of Amur”. Its annual production capacity is estimated at 15 KMT of soybean oil that is equivalent to 15 Ml one-liter bottles, reports UkrAgroConsult.
An oil extraction plant releasing soybean oil and meal (concentrated feed for animals) operates in the region since 2014. Its construction cost RUB 250 Ml. The facility currently produces 200 MT of products a day, processing up to 70 KMT of soybeans a year. Its output includes some 10 KMT of oil and 50 KMT of meal from non-GMO raw material. The extractor uses modern automated equipment. Also, it has an own laboratory and spacious production storage facilities with a system of well-thought-out technical processes and logistics.