The new target in Çamlı Feed Animal Husbandry Co.; UK, Ukraine, Poland, France, Georgia markets
Çamlı Feed Animal Husbandry Co. was founded in 1983 as the representative of Yaşar Group in agriculture, animal husbandry and fisheries sectors and has been directing its sectors since its establishment.
Çamlı Feed Animal Husbandry Co. continues its activities with an approach that is compatible with national and global agricultural transformation, sensitive to ethical values, animal welfare and the environment, and focused on quality and productivity increase.
Çamlı Feed Animal Husbandry Co., which has feed facilities in İzmir Pınarbaşı region and Turgutlu district of Manisa province, an aquaculture fish production facility in İzmir Çeşme district and a milk and fattening facility in Manisa Beydere region, continues to offer innovative and sustainable products to the agriculture, livestock and fishery sectors.
Tunç Tuncer, Vice President of Pınar Meat and Çamlı Feed Livestock, said that in 2023, they aim to boost the export of Çamlı Feed Livestock to 40 million USD and take place in the markets of England, Ukraine, Poland, France, Georgia.
Stating that they believe in the future of Türkiye in the agriculture and livestock sector, Tunç Tuncer said, “As Çamlı Feed Animal Husbandry Co., our contribution to our country’s economy will continue to increase with our new, modern and efficient investments. We produce cattle feed, poultry feed, special and functional feed in accordance with Industry 4.0 principles in our cattle and poultry feed factories, which are the most modern facilities in the country and one of the few large facilities in Europe.”
“In addition, we play a leading role in aquaculture with a total annual fish production capacity of 12,500 tonnes. We are one of the first companies in Türkiye to obtain halal certification in sea bass, sea bream and graniose product groups. In 2022, we exported 24.5 million USD in the category of fresh fish products. We export our sea bass and sea bream products to many countries, especially to Europe, North America and the Middle East,” he added.
“Our goal in 2023 is to expand our total exports to 40 million USD and take place in the markets of England, Ukraine, Poland, France and Georgia. With our new packaging facility, which will come into operation in 2023, we want to offer our consumers both processed and frozen sea bass and sea bream products with special packages for the export channel,” he added…