FAMSUN Co., Ltd and Embassy of the Republic of Madagascar had signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement to promote agri-food industry development, economic growth, and people’s livelihood improvement in Madagascar.
According to FAMSUN, the company has been active in Africa for more than 15 years. It helps to improve local food security through delivering the continent feed plants, poultry farms, rice mills, oilseed processing plants and grain storage terminals. FAMSUN’s manufacturing base in Egypt and offices in Africa also employ local talents and make contribution to local economics. In Madagascar, FAMSUN started to participate in the construction of local food system by partnering with one of the country’s largest conglomerates – the STMP Group to build a state-of-the-art animal feed mill in 2010.
“The Strategic Cooperation Framework Agreement lays new foundation for FAMSUN to nourish long-term partnerships with Madagascar’s agri-food producers and associated industries,” said Greg. “And we believe FAMSUN’s advanced solutions and local services will help local farmers and producers create added value by developing agri-food industry locally.”