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Kazakhstan plans to build a laboratory for thermal treatment of grain

Kazakhstan plans to build a laboratory for thermal treatment of grain

According to preliminary information, the plant may be built in Akmola or Kostanay regions.

The Kazakh Institute of Agriculture of the Ministry of Agriculture of Kazakhstan is negotiating with ThermoSeed, a Swedish agro-industrial company, to jointly build a laboratory for the thermal treatment and purification of grain. This is reported by eldala.kz with reference to the Ministry of Agriculture of Kazakhstan.

According to preliminary information, the plant may be built in Akmola or Kostanay regions.

In addition, Akimats of Almaty and Shymkent are negotiating with the Swedish garbage processing company Rolunda Produkter to build a waste processing plant in Kazakhstan to produce fertilizers and biogas.

According to the RK embassy in Sweden, Swedish agro-technologies were presented to Kazakhstani businessmen in June of this year. In particular, the company Energeco Group presented a process of organic fertilizer production based on compost system from garbage, including animal and poultry waste. And ThermoSeed demonstrated all stages of the process of pre-sowing cleaning of grain crops. 

Kazakhstan also opens new export deliveries to Sweden. In August this year Arba Wine delivered its first batch of wine (4500 bottles) for distribution to local restaurants and retailers via Systembolaget, Sweden's alcoholic beverage monopoly.

It is worth mentioning that in early December KAZAKH INVEST held an investment meeting of business circles called "Kazakhstan - Northern Europe" with participation of over 200 companies from Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Norway, including ThermoSeed Global AB.

Deputy Foreign Minister Almas Aidarov said that despite the negative impact of the pandemic, Kazakhstan continues to seek new opportunities for mutually beneficial cooperation.

"Our countries have a huge potential for long-term mutually beneficial cooperation, especially in such important sectors as cultivation and processing of fish and wheat, renewable energy and digitalization. We ensure a direct and open dialogue between the government and investors, as well as continuous improvement of infrastructure to attract new investments, advanced technologies and know-how," said Almas Aidarov.

Source: inbusiness.kz