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Friday, August 21, 2015

21/08/2015: Wuhan Chia Tai Group Aquatic Products Co, Ltd: turnkey project begins trial production

The project, which broke ground on June 6, 2014, began its trial production on April 10, 2015. Wuhan Chia Tai Group (known as CP Group) Aquatic Products Co, Ltd was an EPC project by FAMSUN. Covering an area of over 92,260 square metres and worth a total investment of 15.49 million Chinese Yuan (US$2.42 million), the project consists of one extrusion line, two pelleting lines for shrimp and crab feed, two hard pellet fish feed lines and an extra extrusion line; Phase One of the project can produce 150 thousand tons of aquafeed annually.
         

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With the support of up-to-date technologies and products from FAMSUN, the project features the specialisation of aquafeed and automatic production standards.

The WEM4000 computerised central batching system, with its high batching precision, can measure the consumption of power, steam and materials per unit product; record equipment deviation and warn the maintenance staff to conduct preventive maintenance; efficient inventory management also ensures the scheduled production to be carried out for timely delivery.

There are 19 automatic samplers on the production lines. The samples, after automatic packing and coding, are delivered to the master control room by belt conveyer for testing.  Products with different specifications can be sampled concurrently. For example, fry feed can be also sampled on the line crushing feed for fish.

There is also a dedicated return line for materials, to save space and time, reducing labour and packaging costs.

Wuhan has many lakes and thus enjoys developed aquaculture. With the increase in demand for fish, crabs and crayfish, the market for aquafeed has reached one million tons per year. Wuhan Chia Tai Group Aquatic Products Co, Ltd - sited in Shuihonglingang Industrial Park, Hannan District, Wuhan - is poised to serve the market.


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