At the exhibition «AgroOmsk-2014» the Belarusian machinery got the Russian «registration»
04 August 2014

The group of the companies “Unibox” took part in XII Siberian agrotechnical exhibition “АgrоОmsk-2014”, that took place on July 23-27. Аgro-industrial achievements and new models were represented by over 350 enterprises from 15 regions of the Russian Federation and the countries near and far abroad.

“Unibox” presented to the visitors’ attention a fragment of the milking parlor “Carousel”, the horizontal feed mixer-dispenser “КRG-11” with cutter and the crusher grain hammer “DTC-80”.
The booth of the group of the companies was visited by the Minister of agriculture and food of Omsk region Vitaliy Erlih, the governor of Omsk region Victor Nazarov and other officials, as well as the chiefs and specialists of the agricultural enterprises of the region.
By the way, the group of the companies “Unibox” and Omsk region of Russia have long-standing business relationship. The enterprises and affiliates of the group of the companies have been repeatedly visited by the representatives of the business communities and the region’s administration. In September 2013 in one of the leading livestock enterprises of the region – JSC «Bogoduhovskoе» (Pavlograd district) – after  the careful study of the proposals from the Russian and foreign manufacturers of the milking equipment,  the milking parlor “Parallel Swingover” from “Unibox” was intalled.

The exhibition «АgrоОmsk-2014» continued the outlined tendency: the exhibion samples of the machinery were not back to Belarus, but were bought by the peasant-farming  household «Bichun».
– We have been to Belarus and have seen the way it works, – the head of the household Sergei Bichun told the journalist of the news agency “Omsk here”. – When using the devices like that, the milk production increases. About 1-2 thousand liters a year per cow. The price rate for the machinery is like in Europe, but the quality is worth it.

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