Three Romanian and Hungarian investors will inaugurate on May 10 a feed factory in Mures. The idea of an investment of 15 million euros came after the shareholders saw how many grains Romania exported and how many feeds it imports. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban announced his presence to the event.
UBM Group from Hungary and Romanian companies East Consulting and Oprea Avi Com will inaugurate a combined feed factory in Sânpaul, Mureş County, after an investment amounting to 15 million euros.
The plant will have a production capacity of 30 tons per hour, that is about 220,000 tons per year, and will mainly feed for livestock farms, poultry farms, pigs or ruminants, according to the company’s website.