Increasing the Economic Sustainability of the Company JSC “Novoazovskoe”

  • Victoria Kopeikina
  • Paula Odete FernandesEmail author
  • Olga Kosenchuk
Part of the Innovation, Technology, and Knowledge Management book series (ITKM)


Increasing the economic sustainability of an enterprise represents one of the most important problems in current global economic and political conditions. For agricultural companies this issue is highly important. One of the ways to increase economic sustainability is by improving the quality of harvested feed for animals, namely, haylage. In this chapter, the meaning of “economic sustainability” and ways of increasing it were taken into account. The joint-stock company “Novoazovskoe” of Azovsky German National District of Omsk region of the Russian Federation was the enterprise considered for our study. According to the topic of the chapter, the general analysis of legal, managerial, financial and productive information of the considered enterprise was implemented. To identify the most prospective ways of increasing economic sustainability in terms of harvesting system, it was implemented the analysis of existing haylage, the harvesting system. In the final chapter, it was set forth a modern system of haylage harvesting, highlighting the need for purchasing required machineries to implement the new system. With the implementation of this new haylage harvesting system undergone, the economic results are also presented. The main results show that after the implementation of the new haylage harvesting system, the total volume of good haylage increased up to 88% of total remained mass and 93% of initial harvested mass. Accumulated gross profit for 5 years received from realization of the surplus of a good haylage was more than 29 million rubles.


Economic sustainability Agricultural companies Haylage Harvesting process High-quality haylage Harvesting agricultural machineries 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Victoria Kopeikina
    • 1
  • Paula Odete Fernandes
    • 2
    Email author
  • Olga Kosenchuk
    • 1
  1. 1.Omsk State Agrarian UniversityOmskRussia
  2. 2.UNIAG, Applied Management Research Unit; NECE, Research Unit in Business Sciences (UBI), Polytechnic Institute of Bragança (IPB), Campus de Santa ApolóniaBragançaPortugal

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