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Shuanghui Invests in Nanning Pig Project

17 March 2014, at 8:50am

CHINA - Chinese meat processor Shuanghui, part of the WH Group is expected to complete the construction of a new plant and distribution centre in Nanning by the end of March.

The Shuanghui Nanning II project will see the investment of RMB 1.5 billion for the contrcution of a chilled meat processing plant.

The project, which is in two phases will see the construction of a 10,000 tonne cold storage facility logistics centre, business centre, R&D and Testing centre as well as a waste treatment centre and other facilities..

The plant will slaughter 2 million pigs a year – more than 5,000 a day and have a total output of around 100,000 tonnes in more than 200 products.

The first phase of Nanning Shuanghui high and low temperature meat food processing production line went into operation late last year.

When the entire project is completed, it is expected to have an annual production worth RMB3.2 billion and it will employ more than 3,000 people as well as helping 20 million pig farmers in the Guangxi Nanning region.

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