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|The new animal food processing plant underscores CJ Group's long-term investment in Vietnam|
CJ Vina Agri Binh Dinh Factory has a total investment value of $13.6 million. Covering an area of 41,000 square metres, the factory will have an estimated capacity of about 72,000 tonnes per year.
Lee Tae Ki, general director of biological resource business of CJ CheilJedang (Korea), said that Vietnam has been selected as the most important strategic investment area of CJ group. The group has been concentrating its resources on investment and development in Vietnam. CJ Group is dedicated to maximising investment to achieve the medium and long-term plan of the Great CJ Plan 2020.
Kim Sun Kang, general director of CJ Vina Agri added that CJ Group has now moved to a new chapter, and the role and mission of the future CJ Group is located here, in Vietnam.
CJ Group wishes to become a global company that always accompanies customers and actively contributes to the development of the livestock industry in general and the animal feed sector of Vietnam in particular.
The group brings customers the best products and services by continuously transferring to Vietnam the technical know-how of the specific industry and animal feed production in Korea. At the same time, CJ is committed to maximising its efforts, acquiring customer feedback, continually learning, concentrating on all resources so as not to subdue customer expectations, while promoting cooperation and strategic relations.
CJ Vina Agri started business in Vietnam in 2001 with the launch of the Long An plant. Hung Yen—the second factory in Northern Vietnam—was inaugurated in 2006. In 2008, CJ Vina Agri built the Vinh Long factory, which specialises in the production of fish feed.
In 2015, CJ continued to inaugurate the Dong Nai factory. By January this year, the Ha Nam factory was put into operation. On September 21, the sixth plant of CJ Vina Agri, the Binh Dinh factory was officially inaugurated. In addition, CJ Vina Agri is building a factory in the Mekong Delta region, bringing the total number of animal food processing plants to seven in the coming time.