grain silos in Ukraine
KIEV, UKRAINE – Grain Alliance, a company with assets in Ukraine, is planning to invest $2 million in the launch of a flour milling plant in Yagotyn, Kiev region, between April and May 2018, according to UkrAgroConsult.

Grain Alliance grows and sells grains and oilseeds and provides services for grain receiving, initial conditioning and storage in the Baryshivka and Yagotyn districts of the Kiev region.

In addition, the company develops two projects for creating added value: production of soy, wheat, oat and rye seeds and liquid micro fertilizers.

According to UkrAgroConsult, the company expects to almost double silo capacities to 400,000 tonnes by 2020, as well as to expand its land bank to 100,000 hectares and achieve a grain sales volume of 1 million tonnes.