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Friday, July 3, 2015

03/07/2015: Famsun give a brief introduction to their Godrej Project in India

http://en.muyang.com/

Famsun have successfully completed an aquafeed plant with Indian company Godrej.  The plant is located at Hanuman Junction, 60 miles east of Vijayawada, India. 

The value of the contract was US$4.9 million. The project includes two extruded fish feed production lines and two shrimp feed production lines. They are all made of steel and electronically controlled. The fish feed production lines and the shrimp feed production lines are housed in two separate workshops. The Godrej Project uses Famsun’s own full-set shrimp feed production machinery, whereas the extruder, dryer, grinder and supporting facilities are bought from other companies.

Construction started on 1 August 2013. By 1 May 2014 the extruded fish feed production lines had been approved and delivered. By 6th June 2014 the shrimp feed production lines constructed by Famsun had likewise been approved and delivered successfully.

Now
Famsun is undertaking another project, 'Acigodrej,' this time in Bangladesh. The project's name reflects the fact it is a joint venture created by ACI, a local company, in partnership with Godrej. This facility is also a feed manufacturing plant.
Visit the Famsun site HERE.

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