The first industrial greenhouse in the Kyzylorda region.
330 thousand people now live in the regional center, so the issue of providing the population with fresh vegetables all year round remains relevant.
In 2019, a modern industrial greenhouse of KazAgroMir LLP with an area of 2.2 hectares was put into operation in the suburban village of Makhambet.
This is the first and only fully automated complex of industrial type in the region.
The greenhouse complex operates according to Spanish technology and was built by specialists from the Spanish company MSK. From planting to watering, the automatic greenhouse creates the entire cycle and calculates it for several weeks in advance.
According to MSK representative Molina Ferreiro Sergio, a greenhouse based on their technology is a suitable option for the Kyzylorda climate. The structures are stable, waterproof, and they will not suffer from strong winds.
The project introduced modern technologies for heating systems, seasonal lighting, drip irrigation, fogging, climate control, etc.
The capacity of the complex allows growing up to 900 tons of tomatoes and cucumbers per year. In 2021, 700 tons of crops were harvested.
25 permanent jobs created.
According to the director of the greenhouse complex Almatov Gani, investments in the project amounted to 1 billion 129 million tenge. The project was financed by KazAgroFinance JSC. Within the framework of the state program "Road Map of Business", the engineering infrastructure (electricity, water) was brought up.
Products are supplied to the markets of Kyzylorda and Aktobe regions and the Russian Federation. On the domestic market, greenhouse products are sold at prices 20% below market prices.
The provision of the region with local greenhouse products in the off-season does not exceed 30%. Given the importance of ensuring the industrial safety of the region, it is planned to expand the greenhouse complex by an additional 5 hectares. The cost of the project is about 5 billion tenge. This will cover the internal demand in the region with fresh vegetables, and 100 additional permanent jobs will be created.