Two Kernel clusters merged into one with the increased landbank of 70k ha
Two clusters of Kernel are merged into one with the increased land bank of 70,000 hectares.
This was informed to Latifundist.com by Mikhail Petrov, the Head of the Prydniprovskyi Cluster.
According to him, in mid-2017 the process of assets integration and reorganizing the cluster companies was initiated, and the parent enterprise of the cluster — Palmira, was renamed into Prydniprovskyi Krai.
The Prydniprovskyi Cluster will include the companies of the former Poltava-Zakhid Cluster, which lands are located in Poltava region, and recently acquired assets of the Serbian holding MK Group.
A new cluster Prydniprovskyi Krai will include 70 thousand hectares in Kiev, Poltava and Cherkasy regions.
Reference: in summer 2017, Mikhail Petrov, ex-director of the company Burat-Agro (Poltava cluster of the agro holding IMC), headed the Palmira enterprise, which is a structural division of the Kernel.