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Expansion of vineyards and organization of wine production

Investment proposal


Expansion of vineyards and organization of wine production

Project goal

Increasing the volume of harvested grapes with introduction of drip irrigation system and organization of grape processing.


Agricultural industry

Project implementation schedule


Project implementation location

Yangiabad district, Jizzakh region, Republic of Uzbekistan


Information about project participants:


Co-executor (industry institution) JSC «Uzsharobsanoat»

Project amount

4412,2 thousand USD


Expected financing sources

Own funds


Commercial bank loans

Required amount of foreign direct investment

2315,6 thousand USD

Main costs composition


– Existing plantations, equipment, buildings and structures – 1249.7 thousand USD (investment of LLC “GIT”)
– Saplings, equipment, technology and materials for expansion of a plantation for 259 hectares – 3101,7 thousand USD

– Working capital – 17,3 thousand USD

– Unexpected expenses – 43,7 thousand USD

Expected profitability


Expected payback period

6 years

Cash flow          

Total sales2019 – 105,0 thousand USD
2020 – 1 012,5 thousand USD
2021 – 1 215,0 thousand USD
2022 – 1 620,0 thousand USD
2023 – 2 025,0 thousand USD
2024 – 2 835,0 thousand USDProduction costs for the 4th year – 712,1 thousand USDAverage annual costs when reaching maximum power:
Total – 660,9 thousand USD. Of them:Raw material – 156,0 thousand USD
Wages of employees – 214,1 thousand USDOther expenses – 221,4 thousand USDTaxes and obligatory payments – 87,2 thousand USD

Characteristics of products planned for production

Fresh, processed and dried fruits and vegetables compliant with the ISO standard

Project capacity/productivity

Grapes – 3 500 tons of products per year

Grape wine – 120 000 dahl per year

Contribution to the project by the initiator

Land plot (500 Ha), refrigeration complex for 100 tons, drying complex for 100 tons. Products, financing part of investment expenses in the amount of 2,096.6 thousand USD.

Current project status

Feasibility study of the project is at the development stage


Information about the initiator of the project



Details, address, contacts

Pastchakir village, Yangiabad district, Jizzakh region, Republic of Uzbekistan;

Date of the company’s foundation


Statutory fund

4,28 billion UZS;

Founders and distribution of shares

LLC «GOOD INTENT TRADE» – 100%  share;


Information about the founders



Contact number



Contact of the performer from the MIFT


Ochilov Akmal


Leading expert

Contact number

Mobile: +998 99 876 25 10 Work: +998 71 252 42 13




General information

Number and types of created jobs

Total jobs: 104 units, out of them:

– Administrative staff: 3
– Engineering and technical personnel: 1
– Employees: 100

Impact of the project on the environment (Environmental Impact Statement Project), including the expected types and volumes of waste, their disposal place

No negative environmental impacts are expected.

Information about the land for construction of the enterprise

on land plots of LLC “YANGIOBOD UZUM-SERVIS” with a total area of 580.6 hectares, located in the territory of RMC “Khujamushkent soy” (430.6 hectares) and RMC “Balandchakir” (150 hectares).

Existing infrastructure

– electrical substation – will be provided at the expense of the existing capacity of supply (3 transformers) and additional transformers 2 pcs.

– natural gas network – not provided

– sewer networks – not provided

– railway station: – Dashobod station, 20 km

– water – existing own wells (5 wells), 3 more wells will be drilled

Required infrastructure


Upcoming construction and installation work

Industrial and administrative buildings/facilities

Design and estimate documentation

A business plan of the project is developed

Electric power requirement (kW/h), installed power (kW/h or mW/h

88 400 kWh per year

Water requirement (m cube)

21 200 m3 per year

Gas requirement (t cube)


Market analysis, productions definition (works, services),marketing researches

Types of products

Grapes (tons)/Wine (dahls)

Annual production

2019 – 350 / 02020 – 875 / 30 0002021 – 1050 / 36 0002022 –  1 400 / 48 0002023 –  1 750 / 60 0002024 – 2 450 / 84 000 

Estimated sales markets and their shares:

Internal 10% of the total


90% of the total

Production cost

Grapes – 0.5 USD/kgWine – 3.0 USD for Dahl.

Need for raw materials (per year)

Fertilizer – 387.5 tons/yearFuel – 80.0 tons/year 

Market volume

Total market demandThe volume of the world grape market is about 8.0 million tons and increases annually by an average of 3%.Uzbekistan for the last three years takes the first place in the export of raisin to China and increased the supply of its raisin by 30%, and its market share reached a record of 68.4%;Uzbekistan takes the 9th place (72.0 thousand tons) in the world in the export of raisins and the 10th place in the export of grapes (about 100 thousand tons);In the first half of this year, exports of wine materials amounted to 9.6 million dollars;

Expected market share

Uzbekistan – 0,07%
Russia, CIS and PRC – 0,04%

Main competitors

In Andijan region – LLC Navigul Agro (50,000 tons/year), LLC Inter Agro Fresh (3000 tons/year);in Tashkent city – LLC Gold Dried Fruits Export (10,000 tons/year);in Fergana region – LLC Golden Apple (9000 tons/year);in Surkhandarya region – LLC Gold Dried Fruits Export (10,000 tons/year);in Tashkent region – LLC Highway Logistics Center (10,000 tons/year)

Main competitive advantages

Quality and low cost of production

Main target groups of consumers

All categories of the population

Sales structure by target consumer groups

All categories of the population

Pricing strategy

Export                                Estimated

main competitors’ price    initiator’s price

(tons/thousand USD)        (tons/thousand USD)                     


Final product cost structure

Agricultural raw materials 46.2%

Depreciation 21.1%

Salary 27.0%

Other costs 5.9%

Markup 15.0%

Patents, licenses, certificates in accordance with the current legislation

Formed base of potential customers with a confirmed willingness to purchase products

is being developed

Marketing research


Presentation component of the project


Additional information

– Enterprises, attracting foreign direct investment and specialized in manufacturing products (services) are exempt from corporate income tax, property tax, single tax for micro and small enterprises, as well as mandatory contributions to the Republican Road Fund, which are provided with the volume of private foreign direct investment:

from 300 thousand USD to 3 million USD – for 3 years;

over 3 million USD to 10 million USD – for 5 years;

over 10 million USD – for 7 years.

(Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan DP-3594 of April 11, 2005).

– the minimum amount of share of foreign investments in the authorized capital of an enterprise with foreign investments is reduced from 30 to 15 percent.

– the requirements for mandatory participation of a foreign legal entity as a participant of an enterprise with foreign investments have been canceled.

– the minimum amount of the authorized capital of an enterprise with foreign investments was reduced from 600 million UZS to 400 million UZS. (about +/- 50.0 thousand USD at the rate of the Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan on the day of investment)

– the amount of the state duty for state registration of enterprises with foreign investments is reduced by three times;

– the obligatory procedure for concluding export contracts for fruits and vegetables at prices not lower than the prices published by JSC Uzagroexport is canceled.

Project risks

Increasing competition by competitorsDelay in attracting investment


Production technology and parameters of main equipment

Depends on the investor’s preferences

Type of equipment

is being developed

Country of origin






Energy consumption

Not available

Installed power

Not available

Overall dimensions of the equipment

Not available

Main equipment weight

Not available

Main equipment units (lines)

Not available

Working hours per year


Duty cycle


Frequency of conducting the planned preventive maintenance (PPM)


Number of people involved in the production process and their functions