China: The latest happenings from Muyang

29-11-2012 | |
China: The latest happenings from Muyang

Muyang. headquartered in the cultural city of Yangzhou, China, have been busy attending shows such as Eurotier, VIV China, constructing feed mills, winning bids and supporting construction of new silo’s and feed mills. Here is a short summary of updates.

Muyang signed an agreement with Philipino Texicon Agriventures in July to supply a full set of machinery and building structure materials for its new extrusion aqua feed project. The feed mill is designed to have a capacity of 4.5 -5.5 t/h, capable of producing 900,000-960,000 bags of qualified aqua feed annually. This is the second venture of Texicon Agriventures into the feed milling industry. Its 4 t/h animal feed mill started successful operation in 2009.

Texicon Agriventures a subsidiary of Texicon Group of Companies and established in 1995, is a reliable importer and distributor of quality fertiliser and pesticide products to local and multinational agricultural companies throughout the Philippines. Driven by the increasing consumption of fish meat due to growth in population and limitations of wild catch, Texicon is very optimistic that its extrusion aqua feed mill will further boost its annual sales.

Muyang has also been awarded oilseeds processing bid. It announced the winning of a 200,000 tonne/ year oilseeds processing bid from Jiujiang Baoli Cereals & Oils. Through its Food Machinery Business Division, Muyang will support as the only single source equipment and technology supplier for all production lines of the project, from oilseed preparation to extraction and oil refining. Jiujiang Baoli Cereals & Oils is planning a US$ 86.4 million agribusiness complex in Jiujiang, Jiangxi province. The oilseed processing facility is a part of the investment. The complex will engage in cotton seed and rapeseed sourcing, handling, storage, processing and sales.

Muyang will also be supporting the construction and supply 108 silos with a total storage capacity of 216,000 tonnes, for TPS Rice within two years. According to an official announcement in May, Tiga Pilar Sejahtera Food (AISA), the Jakarta listed food producer, plans to open two new rice factories at Sragen, Central Java in the second quarter of 2013 through its subsidiary TPS Rice. The two new factories, with a total production capacity of 240,000 tons per year, will complement the two existing rice mills in Karawang, West Java and boost the production capacity of TPS Rice to 480,000 tonnes a year.


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