Myanma Awba opens new agrochemical production complex in Yangon
Release Date: August 20, 2018
Journalists tour the HAIC in Hmawbi township. Thiha Ko Ko/The Myanmar Times
Myanma Awba Group, Myanmar’s largest manufacturer and distributor of agricultural technology, launched Myanmar’s first private agrochemical production complex in Yangon Region on August 19.
The US$35 million Hmawbi Agricultural Input Complex (HAIC) is located near Wa Nat Kyaung Village in Hmawbi Township, occupying 126 acres of land.
HAIC is aiming to manufacture 3.3 million-10.3 million liters of insecticides, fungicides, and herbicides in concentrate form within the next four years. It will also manufacture 1.7 million-5 million kilograms in powder form.
Myanma Awba is planning to utilize solar power and greenhouse technology to manage its own production costs and power consumption needs.
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MYANMAR TIMES / THIHA KO KO 20 AUG 2018
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