Delegation of the Uzbek Embassy held talks with senior management of Mareven Food Holdings group of companies in Ho Chi Minh City, Dunyo reported.
During the talks with the CEO of the group Dang Khac Vy and the chairman of the BOD Nguyen Man Thang, the Vietnamese side presented a project of a large complex worth 125 million dollars for production of foods and beverages in Uzbekistan in 2023-2032.
In addition, there are plans to expand production capacity through new types of products such as pasta, sauces, cabbage, spices and other culinary delights.
The complex will be located at Angren free economic zone. The project is expected to create over 800 jobs. The project will allow not only to meet the domestic needs, but also to export at least 50 percent of the products to the countries of the region.
As part of the trip, the delegation visited the UNIBEN factories located near the city of Ho Chi Minh City, specialized in the production of food and beverages, owned by Mareven Food Holdings, and got acquainted with the production processes and logistics-warehouse capacities.