On May 30th, the 9th awarding ceremony of the All-Ukrainian rating “Agrarian Elite of Ukraine 2019” brought together the best industry companies in the premises of the Kiev Philharmonic. The rating, which is based on the authoritative publishing house “The Ukrainian Farmer”, is presented in several nominations.
The laureates of the «Agrarian Elite of Ukraine» were appointed by an expert council composed of editors of authoritative specialized publications The Ukrainian Farmer, «AgroMarket», «Our Poultry Breeding», «Planter», «Gardening in Ukrainian», as well as representatives of government agencies, industry organizations associations, leading companies that provide farmers with legal and consulting services.
The winners are determined by a council of representatives of famous agrarian information, industry organizations, and associations. The main criteria for awarding is moving forward, constant changes, and improvements. That is why
it is honorable to take a place in the rating as the range of its nominees changes annually.
– We have a certain rotation and we can not say that a certain company has occupied a certain place on the list. There is a continuous development in agriculture, we see that companies annually implement new projects in one or Another industry. We observe the processes, evaluate these projects, and new companies often take their place in the rating “Agrarian elite of Ukraine”, – says Pavlo Korotych, the editor-in-chief of the “TheUkrainianFarmer”.
For a long time Baryshivska grain company Grain Alliance has taken its place in the annual rating “Agrarian elite of Ukraine”. Last year the company received an award in the “Infrastructure Development” nomination. At this year’s ceremony, the Chief Commercial Officer of the company Tahir Musayev received an award in the field of “Technical re-equipment”. “Agrarian production is work of 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. This is a constant development and it is extremely enjoyable when our efforts are noticed and noted by colleagues, reputable experts” – says Tahir Musayev.
– Last year we launched a large-scale program of technical re-equipment. We have bought about forty units of new agricultural machinery which is already operating in the fields. In addition, we are actively working on improving our elevator business. The experience of our elevators in Pyriatyn and Nizhyn, where we use biofuels for drying grain and it can be applied to our colleagues around all of Ukraine. Over the past year, we have contributed to the energy independence of our country, saving more than 1 million cubic meters of gas,” says the Chief Commercial Officer of BZK Grain Alliance.
The company is not going to stop because of the achievement. There are a number of innovative projects in the manufacturing sector that can become interesting both for journalists and communities where the company operates. This is all for one purpose: the development and prosperity of Ukraine and Ukrainians.