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Cargill launches oilseed plant in northern China

30 May 2017 | News

The plant covers 21,000 sq m in the Bohai New Development Area, which is the largest national economic development zone along China’s east coast.

Cargill, New Hope Group and Hebei Bohai Investment Group have launched a US$100 million oilseeds processing plant in Huanghua, Cangzhou in Hebei Province, and has an annual processing capacity of 1.32 million metric tons. The plant will help meet the growing demand for high quality food products in Northern China, drive the development of the local economy, and facilitate its integration into the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region.

The plant covers 21,000 sq m in the Bohai New Development Area, which is the largest national economic development zone along China’s east coast. Finished products will include high quality oil and animal feed which will be marketed in Northern China, including the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region.

Cargill already has three oilseeds processing plants in China, which are all situated in Southern China and the Yangtze River delta. This new plant in Huanghua will enable Cargill’s oilseed processing capabilities to improve and help it to better meet the growing demands of customers in China, many of whom are expanding their national presence. This investment will also function as the doorway of Cargill into serving the market of 300 million people of Northern China.

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