Mavin Pledged to Invest 80 Million USD in Nghe An

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Mavin Group (Australia) has operated in Vietnam for a long time and now they do not hide their ambition to expand investment and set up business in Vietnam.

In February 2017, Mavin Group inaugurated an animal feed production factory in Nghe An. This plant has a total investment of 15 million USD, which is built on an area of 3.6 ha and has a capacity of 300,000 tons per year.

Mavin Group has invested in Vietnam for more than 12 years and now has production facilities in 7 provinces and branches, warehouses in 19 different provinces in the country. However, up to date, Nghe An is the only province that Mavin plans to invest in 4 separate projects with a total investment of 80 million USD.

In addition to the inaugural animal feed factory, Mavin Group plans to deploy 3 more projects in Nghe An.

In April 2017, Mavin Group was granted a license to invest in a 18 million USD hi-tech pig farm, built on an area of ​​100 hectares. Subsequently, the Mavin Group plans to invest in a Veterinary Research Center. At the same time, conducting a feasibility study to invest in a food processing plant that may be launched by 2018. The project has a total investment of 25 million USD, built on an area of ​​5 hectares, capacity of 200,000 tons/year. This factory will produce products made from meat, sausage, ham and other traditional meats… serving the domestic market and exporting to Laos and Cambodia.

According to the Chairman of the group, Mavin Group before making investment decision always consider 6 issues that are: human resources; market; geographic factors; political issues (attention, government support, security…); incentive policy and transparency.

In addition, representatives of the Mavin Group expressed their satisfaction when investing in Nghe An. Moreover, they also suggested that investors should choose to invest in Nghe An not only because of favorable geographic location, synchronous facilities, great source of human resources but also highly supported from province leaders with great investment incentives.

According to the representative of Vietnam – Singapore Industrial Park (VSIP) in the Central and South regions, recently many local and foreign investors have come to Nghe An seeking investment opportunities.

Previously, in September 2015, VSIP Nghe An was officially started construction with a total area of 750 hectares. After more than a year of land handover, up to now, VSIP Nghe An has now leveled and built complete infrastructure for about 100 hectares of industrial land area in phase 1A. The wastewater treatment system, clean water supply, power supply, fire prevention and protection have been completed and ready to serve investors in production.

More than 90 companies from many countries and territories have come to find out information and investment opportunities at VSIP Nghe An and 10 companies have signed investment commitments with total investment capital of over 400 billion VND. By the beginning of September 2017, some companies have received land handover and started plant construction. In which, the first factory was officially put into operation. It is expected that by the fourth quarter of 2017, two more companies will come into operation, attracting about 1,000 workers.

It is known that VSIP Nghe An is the 7th project that VSIP deployed in Vietnam. Previously, in addition to 2 VSIP projects in Binh Duong, there are projects in Bac Ninh, Hai Phong, Quang Ngai and Hai Duong. Currently, VSIP’s projects attract a total of 720 investors from 30 countries and territories with total domestic and foreign investment of 9.2 billion USD, creating jobs for about 180,000 workers.

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