The Danish company Skiold has entered the Myanmar market. The company, which has its headquarters in the small Danish town of Sæby, specializes in providing equipment for full-line pig farms, feed production plants and project solutions for the feed, grain, seed and pig industries.
Since 2000, the company has moved its businesses into Asia and Oceania, beginning with Australia in 2000 and moving onwards to China in 2012 and Vietnam in 2015, creating 30% of the turnover from these regions today.
And of now, the company is supplying the first projects for a pig farm in Myanmar.
According to the company itself, this creates a basis for further growth:
“The growth in this region implies that SKIOLD will strengthen the sales and service organizations in Asia and Oceania with more employees in 2018, to keep up the high level of service and support to our customers.”
This marks just another chapter in Danish food companies entering and expanding in Asia. As of the previous months, both Tulip and Danish Crown has released news on the companies businesses in China with Tulip finally getting the papers in order to begin exporting to China.