Supported by:





Tuesday, May 16, 2017

May 16, 2017: Aller Aqua Group opens third production line in Egypt



Credit to ©Aller Aqua Group. From left: Hussien Mansour (CEO, Aller Aqua Egypt), Adel Mansour (board member, Aller Aqua Egypt), Henrik Halken (Chairman, Aller Aqua Egypt and Group Vice President, Aller Aqua Group), and Carsten Jørgensen (Chairman, Aller Aqua Egypt and Group Vice President, Aller Aqua Group)
Just two years after the inauguration of a completely new fish feed factory in Egypt, Aller Aqua officially inaugurates an additional production line in Egypt.


 "Our subsidiary, Aller Aqua Egypt, has since its foundation experienced massive growth in sales of our environmentally friendly fish feed on the Egyptian market. Therefore we decided to construct an additional production line, which we are now ready to put into service” explains Henrik Halken, Chairman of Aller Aqua Egypt. 

 He continues, “We established ourselves in the country in 2011 and has since worked hard at building a strong organisation and modern production facilities.”

 Last month the company won an award for the ”Best product for aquaculture in the Middle East” at an exhibition in Dubai. The company won the award for the second year running.  These awards increase the interest for Aller Aqua’s products in the Middle East, for example in the UAE, to where Aller Aqua just began exporting feeds.

 However, running a business in Egypt has its challenges. The country is experiencing major political and financial challenges. In 2016 the country’s currency was devalued by 60 percent overnight, and in 2011 the country went through a revolution in connection with the “Arab Spring”.

 These challenges have however not deterred us from expanding our activities on the African continent, and this year we will invest US $10 million in building a new factory in Zambia, which is due to open this autumn.


 Aquaculture is the world’s fastest growing food sector – and particularly Africa with its fast-growing population will need healthy food in the coming years.

Read more HERE.

The Aquaculturists
This blog is maintained by The Aquaculturists staff and is supported by the
magazine International Aquafeed which is published by
Perendale Publishers Ltd

For additional daily news from aquaculture around the world: aquaculture-news

No comments:

Post a Comment