HCMC – Southeast Asia’s most modern and largest chicken processing and exporting complex was inaugurated at the Becamex-Binh Phuoc industrial zone in Chon Thanh District of Binh Phuoc Province today, December 23.
The CPV Food exporting chicken complex, which required a total investment of US$250 million and has a designed capacity of up to 100 million chickens per year after 2023, is expected to create a breakthrough for Vietnam’s livestock industry, stated Montri Suwanposri, general director of C.P. Vietnam.
After being produced at the complex, the products will be exported to Japan, Europe, Asia and the Middle East, he added.
The complex prioritizes adopting the world’s leading advanced technologies and meeting all safety standards. The application of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data technologies to management and production is expected to improve productivity and the quality of products, leverage competitiveness and develop a sustainable livestock sector in the country.
Besides processing and exporting chicken, by applying the closed production model, the complex will create numerous jobs for 3,000 laborers, provide free consulting services, offer various training courses and raise productivity for the livestock industry.
Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, Nguyen Xuan Cuong, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, said that the inauguration and operation of the complex, which covers over 10 hectares, is the pride of Binh Phuoc Province and the Vietnamese agriculture sector.
Apart from inaugurating the complex at the Binh Phuoc investment promotion conference, the provincial government granted licenses to 35 investors to develop 46 projects with a total registered capital of VND46.2 trillion, equivalent to US$2 billion, the local media reported.