Foreign Activity Manager


28 January 2016

Grain cleaning and drying facilities were launched in Kaliningrad region, Russia
Guryevsk-Agro Ltd. located in Kaliningrad region has been running its grain growing business not for the first year. Annually the company deals with 15-18 thousand tons of wheat, barley and rape.

14 October 2015

Melinvest JSC participated in the International Agro-Industrial Exhibition "Golden Autumn – 2015" held from October 8 to 11 in Moscow in the International Exhibition Centre "Crocus Expo"
This year the "Golden autumn" has once again gathered specialists from different fields of agriculture: producers of agricultural products and equipment, engineers and machine operators, heads of regional ministries of agriculture. The 17-th exhibition was opened by Dmitry Medvedev, the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation. Traditionally, during the exhibition the best workers of agriculture of Russia were awarded.

"Golden autumn" is one of the largest shows of Russian and foreign agricultural machinery, as well as goods for crop production in Russia. The exposition includes modern agricultural machinery and equipment, necessary for re-equipment of agro-industrial complex of our country and introduction of advanced technologies of production, storage and primary processing of crop.

Melinvest factory from Nizhny Novgorod did not stay aside. The company's representatives introduced the new model of the grain dryer Vesta to the farmers. The shaft type grain dryer Vesta was already recognized by the farmers all over Russia and abroad, and  in 2014 Melinvest designers finalized the new version of the dryer  which was named Vesta ECO. This is a new generation grain dryer where the optimal drying technology and versatility combine with care for the environment and high quality of the end product.

Melinvest General Director notes: "Modernization is an objective necessity of today. The introduction of modern technologies allows to increase profitability and reduce costs. We understand how difficult it is for the farmers to earn every ruble, that is why the main principle for our engineers on which their developments are based is resource-saving. The practical implementation of this principle is possible thanks to three key factors: reduced power consumption of the equipment, minimization of grain loss and improvement of the end product quality."