HarvEast paces its trust in a new Cimbria installation
In Ukraine, HarvEast paces its trust in a new Cimbria installation.
In October 2018, Cimbria handed over a new seed plant to HarvEast in the Donetsk region. The negotiations on this project started late in 2015 and were initially limited to a Centricoater CC-150. In the end, however, our negotiations resulted in a complete plant instead of a single machine. This was a brave decision by HarvEast’s management because the fixed assets of the company are situated very close to the area of conflict. Indeed, as a result of the conflict in 2014, the company lost a considerable part of its land-bank and even one brand new seed plant built by Cimbria in 2013. Despite all these difficulties, HarvEast has been doggedly developing its own seed farming in cooperation with leading seed-producers such as Maisadour, Euralis Semences, DuPont Pioneer and Alta Seeds.
The complete, up-to-date seed plant supplied and commissioned by Cimbria this year includes: De-Awner D184, Fine Cleaner D106, Delta Grader D127, Indented Cylinder, fully enclosed, HSR12020, Gravity Separator GA210, Cimbria Heid De-Stoner TS180, Seed treater Centricoater CC 50, as well as conveying equipment consisting of Pendulum Bucket Elevators for soft transport of seeds, chain and belt conveyors and bucket elevators.
We wish our customer further success in seed farming and are absolutely confident that seeds processed at the new Cimbria plant will match the world’s highest standards.
New seed plant supplied in Ukraine