Food Industry <br />Economics

Food Industry
Economics

ISSN Print: 2312-847X
ISSN Online:2411-4111
ISO: 26324:2012

WORK TRENDS GRAIN PROCESSING ENTERPRISES OF UKRAINE

Stretovych O.

Key words: market; economy grain processing enterprises; processed grains

Page: 46-50

Abstract

The article analyzes the work of grain processing enterprises of Ukraine and recommendations on
the strategy for the further economic development of the industry.
In the grain processing enterprises there are such tendencies. Almost all major consumers of bread
flour plant ships products with deferred payments, non-payments under wraps "washout" of working capital.
The size of these frozen funds increases with each production cycle.
At the same time on the market of grain resources, there are many small and medium-sized
operators, which as a result of a number of barter and financial transactions have wheat and rye cheaper,
than those who have to buy large enterprises. Realizing that the profits from the processing of grain far
exceeds the profits from the repurchase and sale of grain, private entrepreneurs engaged in quite logical
processing of grain mainly on tolling scheme.
The development of market relations in this vein is quite natural and should satisfy all market
participants. But if this process is to analyze carefully, you will notice some negative effects:
- competition in the market of grain by-products takes place at the level of the finished product,
which generates overproduction, unnecessary accumulation of reserves and as a result the freezing of
working capital enterprises;
- small suppliers of flour and other products of grain processing is not able to provide a stable
consumer demand. As a consequence, a large processing enterprises are in "standby" mode;
- with spasmodic work of the enterprise, the employees is a loss of a sense of stability, resulting in a
desire to fast and big enough reward for the results of their work, regardless of the results of the enterprise
as a whole;
- due to the specifics of the economy grain processing, with significant fluctuations in monthly
processing volume, there are large fluctuations in the 1 ton of production costs, which in turn affects the
vibrations of the cost of production.


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