MEP 2024 signs investment agreement with Cavalo

the Minister of Environment, Water and Agriculture, Engineer Abdulrahman bin Abdulaziz Al-Fadli, witnessed the signing of a number of agreements in the poultry sector, encouraging investment in the poultry sector and strengthening food security; investments exceeding (4) billion riyals.

This came on the sidelines of the Middle East Poultry Exhibition, which opened its doors yesterday and will continue for three days at the Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Center under the slogan (Maximizing Value and Reducing Costs: Value Engineering in the Poultry Industry).

On the sidelines of the events, Saudi Cavalo Company signed two agreements; the first with Naqaa Limited; for the purpose of supplying, designing and implementing the broiler breeder project for (8) farms and (48) pens in Al-Sillal governorate, and the second with (VDL Agrotech) company; for the purpose of supplying equipment for (60) broiler pens, and signing (3) agreements for the Assir Cooperative Poultry Production Factory; the first with the Dutch company Main Food Technology; for the supply and installation of a poultry meat production line with a capacity of (15) thousand birds per hour, the second with the Canadian company Jamesway; for the supply and installation of hatchery equipment with a production capacity of (120) million eggs, and the third with the Dutch company VanComTec Group; for the supply and installation of an egg receiving and sorting line with a capacity of (60) thousand eggs per hour.

In addition, the exhibition witnessed the signing of an agreement between Abdulmohsen Al-Sahli Trading Company and the Chinese company (Shenzhen IMP); for the manufacture of lighting lines for poultry farms and greenhouses inside the Kingdom.