Japfa Comfeed Vietnam inaugurates 6th animal feed mill in Binh Dinh

Japfa Comfeed Vietnam Co., Ltd. on November 18 inaugurated its 16th feed mill in the Nhon Hoa Industrial Park in Binh Dinh Province. This modern factory will supply high-quality animal feed for potential markets in Vietnam’s central region.

The US$13million feed mill, covering an area of 7 hectares, is equipped with modern production line and advanced technology. It is designed to produce up to 180,000 tons of animal feed per year. This is one of the six feed mills ran by Japfa Vietnam, including five others that are located in the provinces of Vinh Phuc, Thai Binh, Hoa Binh, Long An and Binh Thuan.

As a key project of Japfa Vietnam in 2020, the inauguration ceremony had the presence of many guests of honors such as Mr. Nguyen Tuan Thanh - Vice Chairman of the Binh Dinh’s People Committee; Mr. Phung Duc Tien - Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development; Mr. Ibnu Hadi – Indonesian Ambassador to Vietnam; and honorable guests from various agencies.

Japfa Comfeed Vietnam inaugurates 6th animal feed mill in Binh Dinh

“Despite the disruption of Covid-19 pandemic and the threats of ASF and other factors we still successfully placed and affirmed our commitment of continuous development. With the mission of “Growing towards mutual prosperity”, Japfa Binh Dinh will help offering more values to stakeholders, creating more jobs and giving more opportunity of participation for local people. We also expect to contribute more to the development and prosperity of Binh Dinh and Vietnam in general,” said Mr. Arif Widjaja - General Director of Japfa Vietnam at the ceremony.

“Along with other five, the official operation of this 6th feed mill will facilitate the achievement of some key targets in both short term and long term such as obtaining one million tons of feed in 2020, occupying approximately 5% of market share and keeping average growth of 12% per annum”, added Mr. Arif.

With the right strategies and strong determination, Japfa Vietnam is showing why it has been remaining in the list of leading players of animal agriculture industry for decades by successfully overcoming negative situations and claimed their sustainable development despite the disruption and fluctuation of 2020.

Japfa Comfeed Vietnam inaugurates 6th animal feed mill in Binh Dinh
 The Binh Dinh feed mill can produce up to 180,000 tons of animal feed per year.
 

In October, Japfa Vietnam kicked off a high-tech fattening swine farm project Binh Phuoc Province, a project reportedly known as one of the biggest single fattening swine farms of the country with total investment capital of $22 million. The farm located in an area of 40 hectares, capable of raising 48,000 fattening pig heads and estimated to supply more than 14,000 tons of live pigs per year. Earlier, in July 2020, Japfa Vietnam officially launched its first aqua-feed products and set a 10 years target of achieving accumulated sales of 200,000 tons of aqua-feed per year.

Japfa Vietnam is well known in feed and farm business with 6 feed mills, more than 300 professional poultry and swine farms, more than 20 meat shops serving fresh meat and processed food products under Japfa Best brand. The farming business has become a core strength of Japfa Vietnam when it successfully adopts advanced technologies and worldwide best practices to the farming system covering from GGP/GP, PS and commercial farms.

Receiving the strong support from the central and local governments and the cooperation of all partners, Japfa Vietnam is ambitiously targeting 2 million tons of feed in next 5 years with more feed mills project in coming years and reaffirming the position as one of the leading feed and animal agriculture producer in Vietnam.

Japfa Comfeed Vietnam inaugurates 6th animal feed mill in Binh Dinh
 On behalf of Binh Dinh authorities, Vice Chairman Nguyen Tuan Thanh committed to create favorable conditions for Japfa Vietnam.

Japfa Vietnam is a wholly foreign-owned company invested by Japfa Limited – a group of companies with head office in Singapore and subsidiaries in Indonesia, India, Vietnam, Myanmar, China and Bangladesh. Japfa Limited extended its investment to Vietnam in 1996 under the form of a joint venture with Vietnam Livestock Corporation. After three years of aiming to thrive in the Vietnam market, the company successfully transformed to a wholly foreign-owned company in 1999 and renamed as Japfa Comfeed Vietnam Co., Ltd. After more than 20 years of development, Japfa Vietnam is well known as one of leading companies in Vietnam specializing feed and animal agriculture industry.

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