OJSC PAVA is one of the market leaders in Russian wheat grain processing sector. It is among three largest flour milling companies in Russia, accounting for a 3% share in the overall national production of flour.
Under its own trademarks of %u2018Altay-Batyushka%u2019 and %u2018PAVA%u2019, the company manufactures and sells a wide range of agricultural products such as wheat flour, cereals, feed mixes and bran. The company%u2019s total annual production capacity is over 360,000 MT of wheat flour, about 80,000 MT of bran and 15,000 MT of feed mixes.
PAVA has a wide sales geography: Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenia, Kyrgizstan, Mongolia, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, Bangladesh, Thailand and others.
Consumer quality of the flour has been recognized with multiple awards of prestigious exhibitions and fairs, both in Russia and overseas. According to 2007 results, PAVA became the leading exporter of the Russian flour milling industry, having shipped 17% of the total national flour exports. In 2008 PAVA earned the status of the most rapidly developing exporter from the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
It is estimated that the company is currently processing over 10% of wheat grown in the Altay Territory.
Production lines of the company%u2019s milling plants are equipped with machinery made under the license of the Swiss company %u201CBuhler%u201D. The production process is fully automatic.
The agricultural enterprises of the PAVA holding - Agrofirma Niva Llc. (Solton district) and Allac Llc. (Kamensky district) have begun harvesting campaign on time adhering to a strict agronomical schedule. For example, at Agrofirma Niva the harvest of peas is finally completed.
Being a part of PAVA holding Rebrikha mill and Mikhailovsky grain processing plant rapidly extend partner contacts in Kazakhstan Republic. With the new contracts signed grain processing plants increase the product range shipping to the neighboring state.
Being a part of PAVA holding Rebrikha milling plant ships flour of its own production to four partners in Omsk region at once. PAVA has signed contracts with major wholesale companies in the region. Distribution contracts provide all partners with bonus cooperation system as well as profitable terms of supply.
The largest grain processor of Siberia and the Far East PAVA restores its position on the global market. In May 2011 PAVA's shipments reached 11,8 % of the whole volume of flour exported by Russia. The company managers expect the further increase in the volume of shipments. At the moment the management team engages into negotiations and prepares to sign agreements with new partners.
Being the largest grain processor of Siberia and Far East grain processor PAVA is a leading supplier of flour to Uzbekistan. According to the results of May 2011 the volume of PAVA's flour imported to Republic reached 73 %.
Being the largest grain processor in Siberia and the Far East, PAVA has now outlined shipments of combined feed to livestock farms as a separate area of work. According to Company's representatives, it's a promising area of cooperation that requires a customized approach.
Grain processor PAVA's representatives returned from Hong Kong from Russia & CIS Investment Summit 2010, which took place in Asia's financial capital on 15-16 of September. The grain processor was represented by its president Andrey Igoshin, CFO Sergey Balaenkov and Head of IR and International Business Development Department Galina Balaenkova.