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Tinder successfully stars up new Floating and Soya Extruder at Aleya Feeds Ltd.

Published at জানুয়ারি ৯, ২০১৯

Guangzhou Tinder industry Aleya Feeds Limited has successfully completed the startup of a new Feed Mill plant at Aleya Feeds Ltd. The newly installed Plant with a production capacity of 5 m.ton per hour floating feed and 3.5 m.ton per hour soya extrusion line at present premises of Aleya Feeds Ltd., Of Gazipur. The new plant has started commercial production on 11 December, 2018.

Engineers and high officials of Guangzhou Tinder Industry Co. Ltd. Engineer Md. Habibur Rahman with his team from Ferrotech Engineering, the local agent in Bangladesh of Guangzhou Tinder Industry Co., Limited Were present at the factory premises during official Starting up the plant. Management including Managing Director of Aleya Feeds Limited were also present during operation.

Guangzhou Tinder Industry Co. Ltd., is a professional manufacturer engaged in the research, development, production, sale and service of feed machinery & engineering products, food machinery & engineering products, transport equipment & construction products, Steel structure   engineering products, automatic control & engineering products etc.

Tinder located in Huadu District, Guangzhou City, China and have convenient transportation access. On the other hand, Ferrotech Engineering is an integrated solution provider of agro industrial plants equipment and services from farm to table or ability and experience in turnkey project delivery in the fields of agro milling and grain storage silo prefabricated steel structure building, Solid fuel, auto brick and feed packing bag plant also has helped our customers succeed in their respective markets. Alyea Feed Limited is fast growing feed mill in Bangladesh are manufacturing more than 6000 MT poultry, Dairy and fish feed under brand name Anchor and Aleya with a capacity of 27 metric ton per hour since 2007.

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