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Cereals from Primorye want to deliver to Africa
MKP Capital, a company that grows and processes rice, soybeans and rapeseed in Primorye, plans to supply products to Namibia and the countries of the Southern African development community. The volume of crop rotation can be up to 10 thou. Ha.
The project is designed for packing about 100 thousand tons of cereals per year and will allow for a significant increase in trade turnover between the countries. According to the press service of the Ministry of Eastern Development, MKR Capital plans to set up packaging production in the free economic zone of the Walvis Bay port and is considering the possibility of synergy of the project with the Namibian company Captau Packaging to use its packaging.
Another company from the Nabei, Walvis Bay Corridor Group, is ready to organize meetings of Far Eastern companies to implement the project and resolve the logistics issue for rice supplies to Africa.