Fall - 2010
Canadian Angus fly to Russia
After a smooth nine hour flight from Mirabel airport in Montreal to Moscow, 152 Canadian Angus bred yearlings and 150 Suffolk and Dorset sheep are settling into their new home in Yaroslav, Russian Federation
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(from Angus World Magazine - Fall 2010 Issue)
Канадские Ангусы летят в Россию
Девятичасовой перелёт из монреальского аэропорта Мирабель в Москву прошёл без приключений, и вот уже животные из Канады (152 нетели породы ангус и 150 овец пород саффолк и дорсет) начали привыкать к своему новому месту жительства в Ярославской области Российской Федерации
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(из журнала "Мир Ангусов" - выпуск Осень 2010)
November 27, 2010
AEIl Wins Canada's Export Achievement Award.
Export Development Canada (EDC) and Profit Magazine named Alta Exports International as winner of Canada’s “Export Achievement Award”.
Please find the article and the website for the article from Profit magazine which highlights Alta Export’s Russian and Kazakhstan activities here
September 20, 2010
AEIl is a Finalist for the Alberta Export Awards 2010.
We are excited to have been selected as a finalist in the Professional & Services category by the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters.
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October 15, 2009
AEI signs another agreement in Russia.
AEI personnel, Gary and Kate travelled to Moscow October 8th - 14th as part of Canadian Agriculture minister Ritz's mission to promote interchange between the Russian and Canadian agricultural sectors. The agreement signed between AEI and IBBC will lay the ground work between the Canadian beef genetic sector and the growing beef production industry in the Tver Region of Russia. An official mission of Tver beef production and governmental officials will visit AEI in Canada in November and will tour various beef production facilities, ranches and Canadian governmental representatives.
This agreement is indicative of the type of after sales support that AEI specializes in and recognizes the purchase of 2050 purebred Canadian Angus cattle and 3500 Angus and Simmental embryos to the Tyver region.