The former co-owner of the Sandora company Sergey Sypko intends to create a complex on production of tomatoes and tomato paste on the basis of Inguletsky open joint stock company (Snigirevka of the Nikolaev area).
About it on a press - conferences were reported by the chief of regional government of the State property fund in the Nikolaev area Evgeny Kazansky.
According to him, in May the first meeting of shareholders of "Inguletsky" at which the investor who came on the enterprise - Sergey Sypko made a speech took place.
The Kazan specified that Sypko has a controlling stake of the enterprise and was a part of the supervisory board. Sypko at meeting of shareholders declared that intends to invest in the enterprise about 140 million hryvnias during 3-x years for complex creation on production of tomatoes and tomato paste.
Sypko intends to create agroholding which part "Inguletsky" will be also.
We will remind that in March, 2008 state farm privatization "Inguletsky" came to the end with a way of corporatisation following the results of which 25% plus 1 action remained in state ownership, and 75% minus 1 action bezoplatno were transferred to members of labor collective and the persons, equated to them to persons.
According to Kazan, the legislation allows members of labor collective to sell the actions, and apparently, Sypko took "Inguletsky's" shares at members of labor collective.
Before Sypko declared that I intend to create family business in agro-industrial complex. He specified that it will be vertically - the integrated holding which will be engaged in cultivation of crops and processing.
Sergey Sypko with the son Alexey (the former brand - the manager of TM "Sadochok") already created the agricultural enterprise "The Integrated Agrosystem" which rents about 3 thousand hectares of irrigated lands in the south of the Nikolaev area both in the Kherson area and in the future of the area of rented lands is planned to increase.
Sergey Sypko held earlier a position of the director general of JSC Sandora and owned 10% of the company.
The PepsiAmericas and PepsiCo companies in November, 2007 concentrated 100% of the Sandora company.The total cost of purchase made 678,7 million dollars.