De Heus Myanmar

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Posted 23 November 2018 at 03:56

Royal De Heus' First Aqua Feed Mill in Myanmar

8 November 2018, Royal De Heus started the construction of their first aqua feed mill in Myanmar, in Hmawbi, which is located near Yangon, with an impressive ground breaking ceremony.

De Heus is currently the biggest Dutch agri-investor in Myanmar with already two operational animal feed mills in Yangon and Mandalay. Besides the production of feed, De Heus Myanmar is also most important in realizing capacity-building programs for Livestock and Agricultural sectors, such as poultry, pigs and corn.

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Posted 30 October 2018 at 06:17

Myanmar pig farming initiative announced

The DaNa Facility, a UK government Department for International Development (DFID) funded programme, and De Heus Myanmar, an international animal feed business, have announced a joint investment of over US$3.2 million in a project focused on increasing the income and productivity of pig farmers across Myanmar.

They said it would be the largest single business investment in Kayah State. The De Heus project will work to address significant issues facing domestic pork production in Myanmar, including problems related to the quality of feed, breeding stock, veterinary services, bio-security issues and the genetics of domestic pigs, which negatively affect pig producers and consumers.

De Heus will also establish demonstration farms in Kachin, Chin, Naypyitaw, Shan, Yangon, Bago, Mandalay, Pyay, Pathein and Kayah to provide training for around 10,000 farmers to improve their pig-rearing and management practices.

Alongside this work, De Heus

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Posted By in AgriProFocus Myanmar
Posted 25 September 2018 at 02:46

Vacancy Announcement for Project Manager, De Heus Myanmar

Royal De Heus Group is an international organization with a leading position in the animal feed industry. De Heus was founded in 1911 and has its roots in the Netherlands. After more than a 100 years the company is still owned and managed by the De Heus family.

De Heus is in the process of establishing their first production facility in Myanmar. Prior to the grand opening they will already be in need of talented and ambitious people to join their company. If you think you are the right person to join the team, do not hesitate to apply!

Job Title: Project Manager (Myanmar PIGs)

Responsible and tasks

The main result area and tasks related to all aspects of the Myanmar PIGs project are described below, although the list is non-exhaustive. Other ad hoc tasks will be requested from time to time.

  • Overall coordination of the project with internal stakeholder (construction team, financial team, technical veterinary team, sales team

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Posted 7 August 2018 at 05:35

Agrifood Bootcamp 2018 (Short Video)


Do you want to learn youth’s movement in the agriculture sector? We would like to share our valuable experiences in the Agrifood Bootcamp. What did youths do at Agrifood Bootcamp and how did they develop their new business idea based on the different challenges? Which kinds of companies and organizations support them to find the innovative solutions? Please have a look at the unforgettable memory which we saved in this video. If you want to participate in next Bootcamp as a organization or as a participants, please, feel free to contact us.


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Posted By in AgriProFocus Myanmar
Posted 5 June 2018 at 09:38

Dutch De Heus sets up $16m feed plant in Myotha

Animal feed firm De Heus announced the launch of its second production site in Myanmar on Tuesday, taking the overall investment in the country to more than US$30 million. This feed plant in Mandalay, combined with the Yangon facility, will enable the Netherlands-based company to tap into the growing demand in both upper and lower Myanmar markets.

Located in Myotha Industrial Park near Mandalay, the factory has an annual production capacity of 280,000 MT and is supported by a rooftop solar installation, making it among the Myanmar’s most sustainable feed production site.

“Since our arrival in Myanmar, the livestock sector has gradually developed. De Heus Myanmar has now become the leading supplier of animal nutrition solutions to independent farmers nationwide,” Mr Van den Ban remarked. Other than that, a clear legal framework, including land law, could attract much more foreign direct investments (FDI), while reliable and secure power

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