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May 30, 2018


De Heus underlines growth in Myanmar by opening second production site
 

 

 

De Heus Myanmar celebrated the opening of its second production site in Myanmar on May 29.

 

The modern production facility will enable De Heus to strengthen its market position and help professionalise agriculture in the region. Located on 26,000 square metres near Mandalay, the factory has an annual production capacity of 280,000 tonnes and is regarded as the most sustainable feed production site in Myanmar.

 

With production capacity at De Heus' Yangon site having already reached its limit and monthly sales figures still rising fast, a second production site was required.

 

Johan van den Ban, managing director of De Heus Myanmar, is pleased with the new site in Myanmar and the extraordinary growth of De Heus in Myanmar.

 

“Since our arrival in Myanmar, the livestock sector has gradually developed. De Heus Myanmar has now become the leading supplier of animal nutrition solutions to independent farmers nationwide," Van den Ban said.

 

"For several years, De Heus Myanmar has had a sales warehouse in Mandalay to flexibly supply customers in the region. Based on growing demand, the identified high potential and our company’s commitment to our local customers, we decided to invest in this new factory quite soon after opening our first factory back in October 2016. We hope that this new production facility will enable us to support the livestock farmers even better.”

 

During the opening ceremony, Van den Ban added that, due to the company's commitment to "high product quality and supporting local farmers with global knowledge", it has seen "a tremendous growth in the use of our products in Myanmar."

 

"We want to bring new knowledge to Myanmar in order to further increase the production of animal protein in this beautiful country and contribute to the professionalisation of the livestock sector,” he elaborated.

 

“This production facility is the most modern compound feed plant in Myanmar. The new equipment from top European feed milling suppliers includes a hyper modern packing robot and extensive bulk storage solutions. To monitor the quality of incoming raw materials and outgoing finished products, a state-of-the-art laboratory will make a big contribution to future farming demands. I am particularly proud that by investing in a 516kW rooftop-based solar energy system, which is able to produce 663MWh of renewable energy per year, we will save 1.5MT of CO2 emission. Thereby, we have established the most sustainable feed mill in Myanmar. The steam consumption of this factory is generated by renewable fuel sources as well. We hope to encourage other investors to continue investing in renewable energy as well.”
 

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