Barnaul, Russian Federation (PressExposure) November 09, 2009 -- Russian Agricultural Division, PAVA subsidiary engaged in expansion of own land bank and farming, started preparing agricultural machinery for winter maintenance. The company is setting up the material and technical basis for the service program which would provide high operational capability of the aggregates for the next season.
"We pay thorough attention to the equipment checkup and quality of routine maintenance procedures", says RAD CEO, Alexander Kalashnikov. "Putting machines into winter storage started according to the schedule, as we seek to ensure reliability of the fleet which would reduce downtime and improve profit margins".
Currently, the farms 'Agrofirma Niva' LLC (the Altay Territory) and 'Bulatovo' LLC (the Krasnoyarsk Territory) have made greater progress in this direction. According to the company specialists, part of the aggregates is also being kept on stand-by in the fields for completion of buckwheat harvest.
For the ongoing campaign, RAD has made significant investment in soil-cultivating aggregates, sowing complexes and harvesters produced by world-known manufacturers. The company works consistently towards efficiency boost, employing advanced agricultural technologies.