May 5, 2017

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Cargill Opens New Aquaculture Feed Line in Vietnam
Cargill opened a new aquaculture feed line in Vietnam. Image courtesy of Flickr user roolrool

Cargill inaugurated its 10th aqua feed line in late April at the company’s feed mill in Ha Nam, Vietnam to reduce delivery time to customers, increase output, and lower production costs, the company announced May 3.

The new aquaculture feed line, the company’s second in northern Vietnam, has a production capacity of 3000 mt/month and will focus on high-quality extruded feed for Tilapia and other species of local fish.

“Vietnam is a critical aquaculture market for Cargill, and we are excited to be expanding our aquaculture feed capability to our 6th plant location to continue our growth in Vietnam and Asia South,” Chad Gauger, managing director of Cargill Aquaculture Nutrition Asia South, said in a statement. “Cargill’s global innovation and expertise combined with our strong plant operations in Vietnam and commercial teams will bring exciting new technologies to the Vietnamese farmer to help them thrive.”

Cargill’s first aqua feed facility in Vietnam was opened in 1988.

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