Smart Poultry Farm project presented to Bakytzhan Sagintayev in Rudny

Today in the framework of the working trip to Kostanay region, Prime Minister Bakytzhan Sagintayev visited Zhas-Kanat 2006 LLP in Rudny, where he got acquainted with the work of the pilot project Smart Poultry Farm implemented under the state program Digital Kazakhstan, reports primeminister.kz.

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25.05.2018 1433

During the visit to the enterprise, the director of Zhas-Kanat 2006 LLP, Kairat Maishev, spoke about the modernization under the Business Roadmap 2020. In general, the enterprise passed three stages of modernization, installed all necessary infrastructure, purchased the most high-tech equipment. Investments amount to more than 3 billion tenge.

The automation of the processes increased the production of eggs from 7 million to 250 million per year, i.е. about 35 times, meat – from 30 to 500 tons, or 15 times. The number of poultry has been increased from 100 thousand to 1.4 million, or 14 times. Labor productivity has grown more than 1.5 times.

In the sorting shop, B. Sagintayev was demonstrated Japanese equipment Nabel, the capacity of which is 120 thousand eggs per hour. New technologies have allowed to avoid manual marking and sorting of products. In addition, the company launched a line for the production of tray. Automation of production allows transportation and packing of up to one million eggs during an eight-hour working day.

The production is sold in all regions of the country, and also exported to Russia, Afghanistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. This year, new markets are being developed in Iran and China.

At the same time, in the next three years it is planned to invest about 2 billion tenge in digital technologies. The implementation of the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system will improve the quality of technological processes and promptly solve operational issues, including remotely. In addition, as part of further modernization, the possibility of launching an automatic line for deep processing of eggs, meat and other products is being considered.

Also, in order to develop import substitution for 2019-2021, the construction of a pedigree reproducer with fully automated equipment from the world's leading manufacturers is planned. The implementation of this project will reduce imports by 40%.

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