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Wilmar Myanmar, a subsidiary of Singapore-listed Wilmar International, one of the largest agribusinesses in Asia, will be building the largest rice mill in Thilawa Special Economic Zone (SEZ)

AdobeStock 338822873The mill will produce till 1,200 tons of rice per day. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

The mill will produce till 1,200 tons of rice per day.

Wilmar Myanmar opened a new flour mill and consumer pack edible oil processing plant in Thilawa SEZ, Yangon, on 27 October 2022. The mill will produce 530 tons of wheat per day, while the processing plant will have the capacity to produce 460 tons of edible oil per day. Upon completion, rice bags will be exported to the foreign countries via Thilawa jetty.

“Myanmar is the second-largest land wide country among the Southeast Asia. Moreover, it riches good soil and more rainfalls and there are 54 million peoples. I believed that Myanmar owned the prosperity of business and agriculture sectors. So, it can create not only local agricultural imports and local and foreign markets,” said Kuok Khoon Hong, CEO of Wilmar International Limited.