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The Turkish company Tiryaki Agro plans to build a plant for advanced grain processing in Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan 07.11.2023
Source: eldala.kz
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The Turkish company Tiryaki Agro plans to build a plant for deep processing of grain and legumes in Kazakhstan. Tiryaki Agro CEO Suleyman Tiryakioglu noted that the company has already completed the pre-investment process of market analysis and at the first stage plans to invest about $200 million in the construction of the plant.
The Turkish company Tiryaki Agro plans to build a plant for advanced grain processing in Kazakhstan.

According to the general director of the company, at the initial stage it is planned to produce “live” gluten – 22 thousand tons/year, starch – 110 thousand tons/year with subsequent production of glucose, fructose, gluten and protein.

The Turkish businessman emphasized that, given the location of Kazakhstan, the company sees great potential for exporting products with a high level of processing.

And about. Chairman of the Board of KAZAKH INVEST Zhandos Temirgali noted that Turkey is an important partner of Kazakhstan, having implemented more than 65 projects worth $2.8 billion over the years of independence. Today, given the presence of a large number of raw materials production, Kazakhstan is interested in projects with a high level of processing in the agro-industrial sector industry.

Tiryaki Agro is a leading Turkish company with a turnover of over $2.5 billion, which is engaged in the processing and sale of agricultural products such as legumes, grains, nuts, oilseeds, as well as the production of animal feed and organic products. The company operates in Turkey, the CIS countries, the Middle East and North America. Tiryaki exports its products to 80 countries.

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