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The assembly of the Petersime incubator of 8 million eggs for the Damate Group was successfully made in time

06 07 2015 | Company News

The South Ural Technical Control Systems (Ivelsy) has successfully finished the assembly of the Petersime incubator for the Damate Group. The project has been executed in Nizhnelomovsky District of Penza Region.

The capacity of the object is 8 million eggs per year. The total capacity of all the incubators will count 10 million eggs per year.
 
The Damate Group is a Russian holding which is occupied in growing and processing of turkey, producing and processing milk. The total number of Damate workers is about 2100 people. Turkey meat products can be found in retail groups of Privolzhsky Region of RF.
 
During the work, the Damate Group showed itself as a reliable partner.
 
The caretaker governor of Penza Region Ivan Belozertsev (right) as a special guest visited the opening ceremony.
 
 
In the picture below: Ivan Belozertsev, the caretaker governor of Penza Region (right), and Anton Vitt, chief of the SUTCS (Ivelsy) assembly department (left).
 
Ivan Belozertsev, the caretaker governor of Penza Region (right), and Anton Vitt, chief of the SUTCS (Ivelsy) assembly department (left)
 
Next picture: Ivan Belozertsev, the caretaker governor of Penza Region (left), and Rashid Hayrov, the director general of the Damate Group (right).
 
Ivan Belozertsev, the caretaker governor of Penza Region (left), and Rashid Hayrov, the director general of the Damate Group (right)
 
Picture 3: the incubator.
 
Damate Group Incubator, assembly - the South Ural Technical Control Systems (Ivelsy)
 
The pictures are taken from the Damate Group web-site.

 

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Pavel V. Shiryaev
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