Three 100-Ton Bran Oil Plants to Be Built in Myaungmya, Kyaiklat and Yangon

Three 100-ton bran oil plants will be built in Myaungmya, Kyaiklat and Yangon this financial year, Ye Min Aung, the managing director of Myanmar Agribusiness Public Corporation, said.

“In the 2017-2018 fiscal year, three 100-ton bran oil plants will be built in Myaungmya and Kyaiklat from Ayeyawady Region and Twantay from Yangon Region. The investment volume for bran oil is about US$million for each bran oil plant, and the plants will produce 100 tonnes a day,” Ye Min Aung said.

Value-added products such as noodles, vermicelli, and bran oil will also be manufactured, and at the same time power will be generated from paddy husk. Sales will be made not only in the domestic market but also in international market, Ye Min Aung said.

Kyaiklat in Ayeyawady Region opened a 2.2MW paddy husk-fired power plant and 240-ton rice mill on May 15. These projects are being carried out by the MAPCO and Golden Lace.


Source: Eleven Myanmar

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