The Indian subsidiary of Korean livestock feed company Sunjin, has expressed interest in setting up a livestock feed plant in Assam.
The Korean delegation led by CEO and managing director at Sunjin India, Gi-No Park, met Assam industries and commerce minister Chandra Mohan Patowary at in Guwahati on August 10.
Along with the CEO & MD, other officials included Santosh Puliyakode, sales head at Sunjin Feeds India Pvt. Ltd. The delegation expressed their interest in setting up of a modern livestock feed plant in Assam.
Industry minister Chandra Mohan Patowary assured the delegation to provide all the necessary handholding and custom-tailored support in their endeavour.
The minister highlighted the ease of doing business in Assam, the advantages of the region in terms of rich natural resources and vibrant connectivity, business-friendly ecosystem, golf and ecotourism. The minister added that a nodal officer will be designated to facilitate and liaison with the Korean investors.
Sunjin India has business activities in Punjab and Haryana and the company has its overseas presence in countries like China, Vietnam, Philippines and Myanmar.