The owner of the plant, holder of a 100% stake in the private JSC Velikoburluksky Cheese Factory and the Burluk Cheese trademark, has entered into an exclusive agreement with investment brokers. One of them is an international broker and business coach with American citizenship, Oleksandr Sankin, according to his press service.
The reason for the sale of the legendary plant is the cease of investment activity. The owner of the facility owns another confectionery plant and intends to invest funds in its expansion.
The search for the ideal buyer is focused on the Eurasian area — near and far abroad. At the moment, representatives of large enterprises from Ukraine, Spain, Turkey, and Kazakhstan have already shown interest in the object. According to brokers, the enterprise may be of most interest to investment companies and funds, as well as to traders of the dairy industry.
Presentations to potential buyers are scheduled for November 29 and December 1, an auction will take place on December 2, and the plant is planned to be sold the following day.
The main production includes a receiving and hardware shop, cheese shop, butter shop, cheese maturation chamber, dry dairy products shop, sausage cheese shop. The plant is certified according to the international quality standard ISO 9001. The company started by producing Swiss cheese in 2002. Now its assortment counts more than 15 items. Cheese, butter, and other products are exported to Kazakhstan and the United Arab Emirates.
The modern production facilities of the plant, modernized in 2008, allow processing up to 400 tons of milk per day, producing up to 32 tons per day of hard cheeses, up to 20 tons of butter, and up to 12 tons of dry dairy products per day. At 100% utilization, the enterprise is capable of generating an income of about $5 million per year.
Together with the plant, a land plot with an area of 50.61 hа, four artesian wells are being sold. The total area of the production complex is 14.614 m².