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CP Cambodia’s exciting opportunities for animal breeders, feed distributors

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CP Cambodia’s feed is rich in nutrients, with high-quality production methods using the most advanced technology. SUPPLIED

CP Cambodia’s exciting opportunities for animal breeders, feed distributors

CP Cambodia Co, Ltd, expanding operations to meet the needs of the local market, is looking for suitable local partners to join its businesses, with opportunities available for animal feed distributors and breeders.

According to government policy to support local producers to meet demand, there is an increasing of number of Cambodians raising animals, and this represents a great opportunity for anyone interesting in breeding or supplying feed.

CPF is one of the world’s largest producers of animal feed, as well as one of the biggest producers of pork and poultry.

Prasit Harnpisut, assistant vice-president of CP Cambodia’s feed business, says the company is seeking associates for its “feed” and “breed” operations.

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CP Cambodia’s Prasit Harnpisut.

“Our principles aim to enhance the efficiency and excellence of maintaining quality and affordable feed. Our goal is not only breeding and selling feed, but to also bring success to the sector in Cambodia.

“According to sustainable principles, CP Cambodia takes great care to help local farmers and reduce logistic costs, which is why we give priority to local raw materials, while CP Cambodia’s feed is rich in nutrients, with high-quality production methods using the most advanced technology.

“To ensure the highest quality feed, CP Cambodia conducts laboratory inspections at all stages of production, while it also has a dedicated technical team to ensure standards are met,” said Prasit.

Currently, there are two CP feed factories, one on the outskirts of Phnom Penh in Kandal province and the other in Pailin province, with the feed business expanding with distribution partnerships across Cambodia.

CP provides high quality and affordable animal breeds, as well as supplying consultations on sales, best practices and marketing.

Becoming a CP feed distributor or breeder offers the chance to spend less capital and generate high revenue.

With Cambodia’s tradition of agriculture and CP’s quality livestock, feed and support, the company is achieving its goals of benefiting the nation, the people and the company with exciting opportunities available as it expands in the Kingdom to meet the needs of the local market.

With the vision of being the “Kitchen of the World” CP’s businesses work in three main categories – “feed, farm and food”, which cover animal feed production, animal breeding and food production.

The company also operates retail franchises and food outlets, including Five Star, Star Coffee, CP Fresh Mart and CP Fresh Shop.

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The CP feed factory in Pailin province is one of two currently in Cambodia. SUPPLIED

CP Cambodia is a subsidiary of Charoen Phokphand Foods PCL, a leading agro-industrial and food conglomerate, which has invested in more than 16 countries and distributes its products to over 40 countries worldwide.

CP Cambodia has been operating in the Kingdom for 25 years.

1. Conditions for opening a Feed Depot:

• A suitable location;
• Adequate storage facilities;
• Own transport;
• Necessary capital to buy products;
• Company will determine location to avoid affecting other depots;
• No competition with fellow depots on price or customers is permitted;
• Priority for sale of CP products is given to CP breeders;
• Have the right to sell CP feed and medicine for commission.

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2. Conditions for breeders:

• A suitable location (not in built-up areas, with easy access for transporting feed and animals;
• Sufficient water and electricity supply;
• Clear breeding experience with available market;
• Must use 100 per cent CP feed;
• Necessary capital;
• Relevant documents (ID card, family book, bank details, etc).

For more information, please contact 011 688 739 / 098 527 572 (office) or email [email protected]. Alternatively, visit the CP Cambodia Facebook page or the nearest branch.

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