Venison from Yamal was delivered to Hamburg in the season of sales
14:38 21 июня 2019
Категории: News in English
The consignment of venison in the size 26 tonnes was successfully delivered to Hamburg. Everything has been already customs-cleared and accepted. The director of the municipal unitary enterprise “Meat processing complex Payuta” Aleksey Vereshchak gave this information to a correspondent of the news agency “Sever-Press”. The company has been cooperating with Germany since last year. This year it is the first consignment.
“Delivery by this time is the customer’s wish, as at this time they have the season of active sales. It is planned to send another consignment in autumn, which should come to Hamburg just in time for Christmas week. All Catholics have the main sales of meat products falling on this period, and they would like to get another consignment of meat by this time. Now they are forming the order, defining necessary amounts and assortment”, he explained.
Also concluding of a contract with Finland is scheduled; representatives of Finland should come on the 15th of September. This delivery is likely to take place next year.
“Deer products are specific both on the Russian market and in Europe. If Finland grows and uses such products, then they are in demand. Northern Germans know what kind of meat it is. There is interest in other countries, but amounts of sales are smaller and delivery is expensive”, said the head of the complex.
Aleksey Vereshchak notes that the company also exports reindeer skins to Finland. The first consignment of 5 thousand skins was sent to Finland by the meat-processing complex “Payuta” last year. This year it makes 4700 skins. By the end of the year it is planned to bring this figure up to 5800 pieces. This figure will be at the end of September.
“The company is working on variants for cooperation with other countries for other types of raw materials. In September the arrival of research and production employees for choosing samples of endocrine-enzyme raw materials is being expected. There is great interest in production of collagen, but this issue is still being worked out – it needs to understand what equipment is necessary and the amount of expenditures for production”, he concluded.