Expecting growth of supplies. Ambassador of Kazakhstan visits "Santa Bremor"
Kazakhstan wants to see more Santa Bremor products on shelves of stores, and the company is ready to expand supplies of fish, seafood and semi-finished products. Development of export to this country was discussed during the visit of the Ambassador of Kazakhstan in Belarus Askar Beisenbaev to the fish factory in Brest.
The diplomat was amazed by the scale and range of fish production in a country that has no access to sea. However, "Santa Bremor" is not very well known in Kazakhstan - supply volumes are relatively small at the moment. In the near future, the situation can change - it is planned to increase the goods turnover.
"The meeting must give a stimulus to development of cooperation. We have already concluded contracts for supply of our products to Kazakhstan," says Vladimir Kuleshov, Deputy Director of the company. "Santa Bremor" is ready to supply all kinds of products to Kazakhstan. Promising categories include fish, seafood, spreads and semi-finished products. The market is more than interesting: the population of Kazakhstan is almost twice as large as the population of Belarus, and the country has adopted a program for support of high-quality healthy food. Belarusian products are trusted in Kazakhstan and valued for their high quality."
In 2020, Santa Bremor sent 738 tons of products to Kazakhstan. Crab sticks, herring, capelin-caviar and seaweed enjoy success in the market. Geography of supplies covers many cities of the country.
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Kazakhstan in Belarus Askar Beisenbaev visited "Santa Bremor" during his work trip to Brest. He also visited other large enterprises of the region, including "Savushkin Produkt" dairy plant.