THE INTEGRATED APPROACH IS THE BASIS FOR THE EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF CLUSTER PROJECTS OF THE AGRO-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX
Issue № 5, 2022, article № 7, pages 52-56
Section: Economic mechanism of managing
Original language title: КОМПЛЕКСНЫЙ ПОДХОД – ОСНОВА ЭФФЕКТИВНОЙ РЕАЛИЗАЦИИ КЛАСТЕРНЫХ ПРОЕКТОВ АПК
Abstract: The consumption of milk and dairy products by the population of the Russian Far East remains very low, and by 2020 is 59%. At the same time, on the territory of the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District, there is an insufficient level of workload of the production capacities of existing processing enterprises. So JSC "Blagoveshchensk Dairy Plant" geographically located in the Amur region uses its production capacity by 46.0%. The practice of interaction with the company revealed the main problem - the lack of raw materials. In turn, the analysis of the factors hindering the development of the dairy sector in the Amur region revealed as a determining factor – the lack of own financial resources for agricultural producers to invest in the implementation of new investment projects. The weight of the factor among others is 87%. The proposed conceptual approach to the integrated organization of feed production and use in cattle breeding was used in the development of an investment project for the construction of a livestock complex for 2400 cows. The project was developed taking into account the interest of the state in meeting the needs of the population in dairy products, JSC "Blagoveshchensk Dairy Plant" in expanding the raw material base, and JSC "Luch" in the development of production activities. Due to the increase in the supply of milk for processing, the use of production capacities will increase from 46.0% to 67.9%, the volume of production by 47.7%. By saving fixed costs, expanding the volume of production and sales of products, an additional income of 134711 thousand roubles is projected, the profitability of products will increase by 2.5%. About 20 kg of dairy products will be added to the market of milk and dairy products per capita.