Modern format of street food. The café will be made of refurbished sea container. Location in the very center of the city will provide opportunity to cover very diverse customer audience. The purpose of the project is to create a qualitative fast food place at affordable prices. A team of professional has been already formed and is ready to put in practice the most audacious ideas.Implementation period: 1 month
Requirements for the investor: Investment of funds.
The project provides for launching of food pectin fiber production of sugar sand production scraps. In the course of sugar production from sugar beet sugar-free beet pectin fiber is generated as production waste. The fiber is used as a raw material for production of pectin (Е440 additive) and food fibers. There are no pectin-producing plants in Russia, thus all pectin and food fibers used in Russia are of foreign origin.
Production process in brief: Dry beet pulp (pectin fibers) is purchased at sugar plants (RUR 5-7/kg). Dirt is removed by water, fibers are whitened (whitening degree similar to wheat), dried, milled (grinding fineness < 100 μm) and packed in valve bags. Cost of production – RUR 50/kg. Currently food fibers are sold at RUR. 120-180/kg, depending on fiber quality.
Fibers are used in all sectors of food industry, including production of milk, confectionery products, bread, meat uncooked food, juice, etc. Fiber content in finished products – up to 25%. All food plants use fibers.
Soy fiber (US$ 4/kg) is the main competitor. The only Russian plant producing food fibers is Uzlovaya Milk Plant (Tula Region). It has a capacity of 20 t per day.
Competitive advantages as compared to soy fibers:
1) Moisture-retaining capacity of soy fiber is 5 (pectin fiber – 15).
2) The cost of soy fiber – US$ 4/kg, pectin fiber – RUR 120/kg.
Competitive advantages as compared Uzlovaya Milk Plant products: Uzlovaya Milk Plant fiber whiteness – 75 units, Agrokomservis OOO fiber - 85 units. Whiteness is the second key quality parameter in terms of importance following moisture retaining capacity.
Requirements for the investor: project co-financing (50-70%)
A new unique technology for continuous non-autoclaved technical grade plaster production has been developed and a relevant patent has been obtained. The cost of production is similar to that of construction grade plaster.
The new technology will result in discontinuing older processes for technical and construction plaster production. Apart from that, high-strength construction and technical grade plaster will be able to replace concrete in certain applications.
Plaster has a number of important advantages as compared to concrete. For instance, power costs associated with plaster production are 4-5-fold lower as compared to similar costs for concreate production. Furthermore, plaster setting takes minutes, while concrete setting takes a day.
The application of inexpensive fast-setting plaster in construction will significantly change the industry.
A business concept for application of plaster in construction industry has been developed. Plaster is viewed as a main construction material for production of pre-fabricated large blocks.
The project provides for large-scale replication of production process both in Russia and abroad.Implementation period: The project is to be implemented on a staged basis. The first profit-generating stage may be implemented in 1-1.5 years.
Requirements for the investor: Reliable and legitimate business
Construction materials’ production. Application of dry greenfield technology. Process equipment supplier - FLSmidth (Denmark), a world-leading company. Annual capacity – up to 3,5 million t of concrete.Implementation period: 2,5 years after initial investments.
Requirements for the investor: company from relevant market segment, having adequate competences and experience.