Mironovsky II (IFC-24011)

  • Ukraine
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Specific Location
Kanev, Katerinopol, Starinskaya, Kiev
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Voting Date
Mar 24, 2005
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CJSC Mironivsky Hliboproduct
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  • Agriculture and Forestry
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Investment Type(s)
Equity, Loan
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Investment Amount (USD)
$ 20.00 million
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Loan Amount (USD)
$ 60.00 million
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Project Cost (USD)
$ 260.00 million
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Primary Source

Original disclosure @ IFC website

Updated in EWS Jun 12, 2023

Disclosed by Bank Jan 27, 2005

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Project Description
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As stated by the IFC, the project is to expand CJSC Mironovsky Khleboprodukt’s poultry operation from the current production capacity of 126,000 tons of poultry per annum to 227,000 tons in 2008. The project consists of expansion of the existing facilities and construction of new ones along the poultry integration chain, including: - crushing plant with increased specialized processing capacity for sunflower (800 tpd), soya beans (110 tpd), and rape seed (60 tpd) and expansion of existing feed mill; - construction of an additional processing plant to produce a wide range of semi-finished and cooked products; - expansion of the company’s own parent stock farms, broiler growing farms and hatcheries; - construction of a new slaughter plant, with processing capacity of 10,000 birds per hour; - expansion of the company’s transportation system for feed, eggs, day old chicks and finished product; and - investment in working capital.

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Private Actors Description
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As stated by the IFC, the project is sponsored by Mironovsky, a leading, privately-owned poultry integrator in Ukraine. Mr. Yuriy Kosyuk, a local entrepreneur, owns 96% of Merkaba LLC, which in turn owns 96% Mironovsky. Mr. Kosyuk serves as Chairman of the Board of the company. He graduated from the Ukrainian Food Institute in 1991 and that year started his first business, a small sausage production facility. Prior to launching his poultry business, Mr. Kosyuk was involved in various business activities, including exports of metals, import and manufacture of furniture, retail trading, and food processing.
Mironovsky is a leading vertically integrated poultry producer with 45% share of Ukraine’s industrial production and 16% market share of Ukraine’s poultry market. The company was one of the pioneers in developing a chilled distribution system to retailers, it sells chilled poultry products (whole birds, cutup, giblets etc.) under a well recognized brand name, Nasha Ryaba, across Ukraine.

Private Actor 1 Private Actor 1 Role Private Actor 1 Sector Relation Private Actor 2 Private Actor 2 Role Private Actor 2 Sector
- - - - PJSC Mironivsky Hliboproduct Client Agriculture and Forestry

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Client - CJSC Mironivsky Hliboproduct:

Mr. Yuriy Kosyuk - Chairman of the Board
Address: Mironvosky 7, Vandy Vasilevskoy Street, Kiev 03055, Ukraine
Phone: +380-44-239-2509
Fax: +380-44-239-2505


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