Uzbek-Russian joint venture BMB-NRC Agrologistics launched in Jizzakh

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The first stage of the Uzbek-Russian joint venture BMB-NRC Agrologistics, established in Sharaf-Rashidov district of Jizzak region, has been launched.

Uzbek-Russian joint venture BMB-NRC Agrologistics launched in Jizzakh
BMB-NRC agrologistics is a unique complex, which implements such practices as sorting, processing, packaging, storage of various agricultural products grown in the regions of Uzbekistan, processing of customs, banking and sanitary documents on the principle of "single window", provision of transport and logistics services.

Another important point is that exporters can establish direct exports to Russia and other countries with certificates from the accredited Rosselkhoznadzor laboratory, which is permanently operating here.

A symbolic capsule laying ceremony took place today, 28 November. The ceremony was a prelude to the laying in operation of the next stage of the joint venture, which is planned to be launched in the near future and which involves freeze drying and blast freezing of fruit and vegetable products. The total cost of these stages will be 225.1 billion sums.

For information: the total cost of the project of this modern complex is 709.71 billion sums, and the construction of the complex is planned to be realised in the form of three-stage modules. There are also cold storage facilities and warehouses with a capacity of 10,000 tonnes, which will allow exporting 810,000 tonnes of agricultural products after the full implementation of the project. The first module built in the complex can produce up to 270,000 tonnes of produce per year. Currently, 180 permanent jobs and more than 400 seasonal jobs are being created. Once the complex is operating at full capacity, 1,410 local residents will have permanent jobs.

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