Agroli Group Constructs 16 Farms

ROMANIA - Agroli Group is to invest €32 million in the construction of 16 poultry farms.
calendar icon 7 October 2008
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Young enterpreneurs can benefit from a turnkey business from Agroli Group, under a Greenfield investment project involving the construction of 16 poultry farms in Dambovita county, reports Financiarul.

The farms will be equipped with most advanced technology, the investment will be worth over €32 million, the company says.

The first four farms will be ready in the spring of 2009, and two more are due to start operation every 2 months. All the 16 will be ready within 18 months at the latest.

Each farm will cover 7,000 square metres and will have a capacity of 132,000 live poultry per production cycle.

The project is a greenfield one, with an innovating entrepreneurial view. Agroli challenges young entrepreneurs who have money they want to use efficiently. Agroli will supply fully equipped farms, provide the raw materials (day-old chicks, feed etc), operating norms and will ensure sanitary-veterinary control.

The business will be a turn-key one, which will have to be managed efficiently, the finished products will be fully purchased by Agroli. An advantage for the new entrepreneurs will be that they will have the entire profit.

"Everybody can win from this project. Agroli Group will have best quality and carefully controlled raw material, young entrepreneurs learn how to develop a business of European kind and at European level, the area will have other terms of comparison, people will have jobs, preserving the agri character of the area, but increasing the living standards," explained marketing and development manager Agroli Group, Camelia Hoinarescu.

Agroli Group, set up in 2006, owns Avicola Crevedia, Avicola Tartasesti, Jackmoris (former Avicola Goreni) and Golden Fingers, and is an integrated agricultural field, particuarly in the poultry business.

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