Converting meat by-products into valuable feed ingredients

01-12-2011 | | |

Haarslev Industries has won an important order for the delivery of an animal by-product rendering plant to the German rendering company Saria.

The expertise within the field of converting animal by-products into valuable proteins and fats has secured the Danish company Haarslev Industries the order for a large rendering plant in Russia.  The order is placed by the Saria Group with headquarters in Selm, Germany and both parties are looking forward to a mutually beneficiary working relationship.

“The strong presence with a local branch office as well as the company’s long experience on the growing Russian market were important factors when choosing Haarslev Industries as supplier and partner for this project” says Liudvikas Morkunas, representative of Saria.

“The order is very important for Haarslev Industries, as it confirms the company’s position as the most important process supplier to the Russian market. It also strengthens the long term relationship between Haarslev Industries and Saria” says Sales Director Henning Haugaard.

The plant will be built at the new Saria facility in Elabuga in the Russian republic Tatarstan approx. 1000 km east of Moscow.

The plant will consist of four continuous rendering lines: two lines for meat, each with an input capacity of 35,000 tonnes/year; a line for feather with a capacity of 20,000 tonnes/year and a line for blood with a capacity of 25,000 tonnes/year. Further, Haarslev Industries will supply thermal oxidisers for the treatment of vapour and air, steam boilers and will be responsible for the total installation in Russia.

Plant installation and start-up will take place during the fourth quarter of 2012.