VILLARTA DE SAN JUAN, SPAIN — Symaga completed several strategic projects in 2019 that grew its export destinations and showcased the company as a supplier for worldwide storage projects.
Projects included a new feed factory for Ridley, one of Australia’s largest feed manufacturers, in Bendigo, Australia. The company has 18 feed plants throughout the eastern states.
Symaga customer LGPM supplied 34 hopper silos with a capacity of 12,077 cubic meters for the Bendigo plant.
Symaga completed its first project in Canada for Skeena Bioenergy in British Columbia. The project included two hopper silos and marked the first step for Symaga’s North American business expansion.
Bakhresa, one of Tanzania’s top food groups, is expanding its storage capacity at its Dar es Salaam facilities. This includes three 200 tonne silos for corn storage from Symaga.
Bakhresa has operations in several African countries, including Kenya, Uganda, Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia, Rwanda, Burundi, Zimbabwe and South Africa.
Symaga also is completing a 3,000-tonne storage project for French cooperative FAO.
Expanding to new markets such as North America and Australia is key to Symaga’s business strategy, the company said.
“As we are proud of our long-term business relationships with key partners, these new ventures come as an endorsement of Symaga’s constant product quality and service over time,” the company said.