Grain processing

UPI-AGRO is a leader of Ukraine in grain milling

The Company’s processing capacities are represented by Vinnytsia bread factory #2. The main products of this business direction are high-quality flour and semolina, total mixed ration for cattle, domestic bird, fish. In 2016 the Company was ranked 1st in Ukraine’s flour production and
became one of Ukraine’s Top 3 largest flour exporters.
 

688 tons

of grain per day

Vinnytsia bread factory #2 is a leader of Ukrainian grain milling

Flour

145,9

th tons
in 2016

Bran

53,8

th tons
in 2016

Optimally built raw supply logistics enables year-round operation of the factory.

Numerous certificates of conformity and reports of regular laboratory tests confirm the high quality of the production.

Thanks to the high quality of the production, the Company has wide geography of export. The Company exports to more than 15 countries, in particular:

  • Moldova
  • Georgia
  • Turkmenistan
  • Israel
  • Palestine
  • Syria
  • Irak
  • Vietnam
  • Lebanon
  • Angola

History of Vinnytsia bread factory #2

1962-1972

Start of the construction; launching of the first stage, in particular, silo, mill, storage

1973-1974

Launching of the second stage of the factory – compound feed plant with the capacity 430 tons of loose feed and 80 tons of granulated feed per day; finished food warehouse with the capacity 8 000 tons;  premixes production. Put into operation protein and vitamin mixtures plant with the premixes line with the capacity 500 ton per day

1984

Start of the reconstruction, resulted in 20% increase in production capacity and significant improvement of the flour quality.

1987-1990

Conversion of feed production aimed at 35% capacities increase and increase in granulated feed production up to 300 tons

2015

Launching of the factory’s second production stage, doubling its processing capability and making the factory largest flour producer in Ukraine 

Vinnitsia district smt. Desna 6, Gagarina str. tel.: +38 (0432) 58 17 25, 58 17 33 Products catalog