Cargill opened a new animal nutrition plant in Vietnam. The new plant will have a total capacity of 66,000 tons per year. With this plant also, Cargill’s total number of animal feed mills in Vietnam increased to 11.
Cargill has officially inaugurated a US$8.5 million animal nutrition plant in Nam Cam Industrial Zone, Vietnam at an opening ceremony on 28 May 2016. The event was attended by representatives of the Ministry of Planning and Investment, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the Nghe An provincial authorities, the U.S. embassy in Vietnam, farmers from the North-Central provinces of Vietnam, and global leaders of the Cargill animal nutrition enterprise. This brings Cargill’s total number of animal feed mills in Vietnam to 11.
The new facility will provide animal feed for livestock and will have a total capacity of 66,000 tons per year. It will incorporate Cargill’s uncompromising approach to feed safety, ingredient quality and product integrity. The company aims to provide customers with safe, trusted feed that maximizes the performance of their operations, which in turn helps to improve food safety across Vietnam’s supply chain.
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