Renovation and expansion of the retail network is one of the key points of the development program of the Bashkir agricultural complex “Alekseevsky”. Thus, in 2022, the agricultural company opened ten new points of sale and increased the average daily income by almost 30%. A total of 57 points operate under the Alekseevsky brand. Most of them are located in Ufa and the Ufa region.
This information was announced during the weekly operational meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers of Bashkiria.
“By 2025, we plan to increase the number of outlets to at least 90 and cover all major cities in the region,” said Dmitry Ovchinnikov, general manager of APK Alekseevsky. “In addition, some stores need major repairs. The company is ready to modernize them with the support of the Ufa administration.
The next direction of the company’s strategy is the development of existing dairy production. Here we are talking about the construction of a modern dairy farm for 1200 cows.
“The third goal is to increase the number of greenhouse complexes,” added the press service of the head of Bashkiria. – Since 2022, Alekseevsky, together with the Yanaulsky greenhouse complex, has been developing a unified development program.
This program will allow in the long term to organize one of the largest greenhouses in the Volga Federal District with guaranteed sales channels for products.
“You have land, experience, good prospects, and I’m sure that together we can make Alekseevsky even stronger,” summed up the leader of Bashkiria, Radiy Khabirov. – It is necessary to form ambitious plans. And we will help to implement them.
State Farm “Alekseevsky” is one of the largest state agricultural enterprises in Bashkiria. It is located in the Ufa region in the village of Alekseevka. Leads its history since 1975. In 2021, the state farm was reorganized into a JSC, the sole owner of which is the Ministry of Land and Real Estate Relations of the Republic of Belarus.
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