Namib Poultry Plans $72 Million Windhoek Plant

NAMIBIA - Namib Mills plans to build a $72-million poultry plant near Windhoek.
calendar icon 15 November 2010
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Namib Poultry, a unit of Namib Mills, Namibia's biggest miller, plans to invest 500 million Namibian dollars (US$72 million) to build a poultry plant near the capital, Windhoek.

Bloomberg reports that the plant is expected to slaughter 250,000 broilers a week, Gys White, general manager of Namib Poultry, said in an e-mailed reply to questions.

"Poultry broiler processing has been identified because no broilers are currently being processed in Namibia," he added.

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