New Oil Extraction Plant Launched in the East Kazakhstan Region
The domestic investor Altyn Shyghys LLP, which is part of the Sei-Nar group of companies, is launching a modern unified oil extraction plant in the village of Predgornoye, Glubokovsky district, East Kazakhstan region. The project is being implemented with the support of KAZAKH INVEST.
The construction of a multicultural oil extraction plant worth 29 billion tenge began in 2019 and was financed at the expense of the investor himself and credit funds allocated by "Halyk Bank of Kazakhstan" JSC, "Development Bank of Kazakhstan" JSC, "Export Insurance Company "KazakhExport" JSC. The implementation of the project has created 92 jobs.
The main advantage of the location of the plant is the presence in the region of a sufficient raw material base to ensure the production of uninterrupted supply. East Kazakhstan region ranks first in terms of sown areas allocated for the cultivation of sunflower seeds, which will occupy from 85% to 100% in the processing structure. The main raw materials to meet the needs of the oil extraction plant are produced in the Shemonaikha, Glubokovsky, Zyryanovsky, Samara and Ulansky regions of the East Kazakhstan region, as well as in the Altai Territory of the Russian Federation. The processing capacity of raw materials is 1400 tons per day for sunflower seeds.
An additional important factor in choosing the location of the plant is the close proximity to the largest elevator complex in the region, owned by the Sei-Nar Group of Companies, which in turn will provide the new plant with services for the acceptance, processing, storage of raw materials and will allow producing up to 200 thousand tons of oil per year.
The main equipment for the plant was produced in Bulgaria, Turkey, Germany, Holland and Ukraine. In the global market of the oil and fat industry, the use of modern technologies in the production of vegetable oil is a key factor in increasing the margin of the project and allows you to compete in the struggle for raw materials and the sales market. The project fully complies with national and international technological and environmental production standards, is completely waste-free and provides for high automation of the vegetable oil production process.
The automation system will manage the entire process chain, from the receipt of raw materials, the production process, and ending with the shipment of finished products.
The plant's products will be exported to China, Iran, Uzbekistan and other countries.