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Dec 08, 2017 17:44 EEST
December 8 (SeeNews) - Russian chicken broiler meat processing company Belaya Ptica plans to export 200 tonnes of frozen broiler meat per month to Serbia in 2018 and has set up a local subsidiary in Serbia to facilitate exports.
The Serbian subsidiary, Globex011, will be based in Belgrade, the Russian company said in a statement on Thursday.
"Serbia is an interesting and promising market for Belaya Ptica, as the EU restrictions on trade with Russia are not valid in the country," the director of Globex011, Roman Sheynin, said in the statement.
Belaya Ptica also said it has signed a supply contract with the Serbian unit of German wholesale group Metro.
The Russian company has already exported 500 тonnes of broiler meat to Serbia.
The Russian company processes 220,000 tonnes of chicken meat annually. It has exported 10,000 tonnes of broiler meat in 2017 and plans to boost exports to 20,000 tonnes next year.
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