The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and De Heus TMH Company Limited (DH-TMH) have signed a US$15m loan to boost Cambodia’s feed sector by expanding DH-TMH’s storage and processing capacity in Kampong Speu province.
De Heus is to acquire Coppens Diervoeding, a feed manufacturer strategically located in Helmond, in the Netherlands, with a 400k capacity feed plant and a strong regional position within the pig and broiler sector.
Trade conditions are gradually improving for global poultry, according to a Rabobank report, while an analyst with the Dutch bank notes the eastward migration trend of European feed, poultry production
De Heus opened its second production site in Myanmar today. The manufacturer said the new factory is about helping the group to strengthen its market position in that country and helping to professionalize agriculture in the region.
It appears there is no letup in the interest of Dutch group, De Heus, in the Spanish feed market. This week saw it sign off on an agreement for the acquisition of the Spanish feed company, Piensos Unzué.
De Heus, in its strategy to be a leading player in the Vietnamese feed sector, continues to enhance its production capacity in that Asian country, it has just opened its seventh feed plant in the Mekong Delta.
The Masan Group has a acquired a 52% and 70% equity interest in Vietnam French Cattle Feed JSC – Proconco – and Agro Nutrition Company JSC – Anco – respectively - a deal which makes it the second leading animal feed producer in Vietnam.
De Heus, in its strategy to be a leading player in the Vietnamese feed sector, continues to enhance its production capacity in that Asian country, with construction of its seventh feed plant underway in the Mekong Delta region.
The Dutch feed group is extending its fish farming R&D capabilities for the Asian country in tandem with the construction of new factories in its strategy to be one of the top five feed makers in Vietnam.