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120 years of ageing


Elder of domestic production, the main trade brand of Pridnestrovie, the magnificent "KVINT" celebrates its 120th anniversary. The President of the republic Vadim Krasnoselsky, deputies of the Supreme Council, representatives of ministries and departments, cities and districts sent congratulations to employees and veterans of the enterprise.

Dedicated to the 120th anniversary of the famous enterprise, the grand meeting was held in the assembly hall of the plant. The general director of the enterprise, deputy of the Supreme Council Oleg Bayev, welcomed the guests to the holiday. Almost half a century he works at the plant, for several decades he has been running one of the largest productions in MSSR firstly, and then Pridnestrovie. The enterprise invariably enters the top ten largest taxpayers, it employs 1100 people, production is located almost in all regions of the republic.

Each year, the range of products and sales markets is expanding. Today, the wines and cognacs of the plant are known and appreciated not only in the near abroad, in Europe, but also in the USA, Canada, Japan. Quality is guaranteed at all stages of the production process: from collection of grapes to finished high-quality products.

On behalf of the Supreme Council the workers and veterans of the industry were congratulated by the speaker Alexander Shcherba. Vice Speaker Galina Antyufeeva wished the personnel of "KVINT" to continue and multiply the rich traditions, noting that the enterprise is famous for labor dynasties.

Leaders of the Supreme Council awarded the plant with the highest award of the legislative body - the medal "For contribution to the cause of Parliamentarism". He took an honorable place on the banner of the enterprise.

One of the most interesting gifts presented to the staff of the plant – the hero in the solemn meeting was a photo taken by Pridnestrovian mountaineers. In August this year "Tiraspol" cognac conquered the highest peak of Europe - Mount Elbrus.

The foremost workers were awarded state awards. They supported the festive mood of the performances of musical groups.