Japfa Comfeed Vietnam Ltd., (Japfa Vietnam), a leading animal feed producer in the market, is running a system of six modern plants across the country.
All the large-scale facilities, with lots of clean and green scenery, use state-of-the-art technology and automated production lines.
With more than 25 years of operating in Vietnam, Japfa has established its footprint as a leading animal feed manufacturer in the market. The company's six plants in the provinces of Vinh Phuc, Hoa Binh, Thai Binh, Binh Dinh, Binh Thuan, and Long An supply almost 1.5 million tons of products annually.
As Vietnam is one of Japfa's three key Asian markets, the major firm has made significant investments in the six Vietnamese production facilities, equipping them with world-class technology and automated production lines to maximise productivity and cost-effectiveness.
According to the company, all production lines and technology used at the factories are European imports. Quality control units and laboratories are equipped with modern machines like NIR and machines for fat extraction, protein distillation, and protein digestion, all to help control the quality of raw materials and finished products.
Embracing green and environmentally friendly production, all six facilities follow strict production processes. The company has steam boiler systems, each with a capacity of five tons per hour, heated by sawdust and wood shavings.
Also, according to Japfa Vietnam, the plants fill their emissions through a dust-keeping system before release. Not just that, the factories have their wastewater treatment systems able to treat 50 cubic meters of wastewater a day. Most factory wastewater is from living activities because production has little wastewater.
To supply quality products to the market, Japfa Vietnam pioneers in research and using refined, nutritious ingredients, meeting each growth stage of livestock. The feed does not contain banned substances as regulated by Vietnamese regulators.
The company is developing and providing more than 300 feed products for swine, poultry, ruminant, and aqua.
All are manufactured from strictly controlled raw materials, supported by a modern laboratory system. Products are made from selected raw materials via the latest processes from mixing and pelleting to packaging, ensuring the same quality to help livestock grow well, maximising profits for farmers.
Embracing the "Growing Towards Mutual Prosperity" vision, Japfa Vietnam is determined to continue to bring quality products along with knowledge and technology support to farmers, thus together growing towards mutual prosperity. The vision also illustrates the company's long-term commitment to the Vietnamese market.
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