The production base is located in the village of Nizhni Chekurskoye in the Drozhanovsky district of the Republic of Tatarstan.
The main direction is crop production, the cultivated area of agricultural land is 5, 000 hectares, located in the Drozhzhanovsky district of the Republic of Tatarstan and the Shemurshinsky district of the Republic of Chuvashia. The main crop rotation of the enterprise is wheat and sunflower. The company annually produces up to 7, 500 tons of grain and up to 3, 000 tons of oilseeds.
The production base is equipped with an automated grain processing and drying complex based on German equipment. For product storage, floor storage hangars with a total capacity of 10 thousand tons were built, as well as a hangar for storing equipment and a storage warehouse for plant protection products (PPP), logistics roads, and fire extinguishing system. All stages of work are monitored by a video surveillance system. The company's fleet is modern, new and includes multifunctional equipment from well-known manufacturers.
The company develops new areas of agricultural activity such as horse breeding, breeding of large and small cattle, poultry, beekeeping, growing berry and fruit crops for further scaling
The company «AgroTransPort» uses innovative technical achievements in the field of agricultural development. All equipment is equipped with a remote control system. Thanks to this, you can optimize the performance of work on different sites online, increase the productivity and operational efficiency of machines by comparing parameters and optimizing settings, and get crop measurements using a quantimeter on combines (humidity, yield).
The company also uses a cloud-based satellite management system for management control, which allows you to accumulate information from satellites, mobile applications, GPS-navigators installed on all equipment, unmanned aerial vehicles, dispatchers, agronomists and weather stations. The obtained information makes it possible to monitor, analyze and plan agricultural operations and further crop rotation.