13 Jun 2019
In partnership with a Japanese firm, Bayon Heritage Holding Group plans to ship 600 tonnes of organic fertilizer to different Asian markets.
Bayon Heritage will become the first local company to export the product, the company chairman and CEO, Sokheang Chan, told Khmer Times.
Shipments will be made to Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Japan starting this month, Mr Chan said.
“There is big demand for the product in these countries,” he said.
“After distributing this organic fertilizer in the local market for 13 years, we will soon officially become the first local company to export the product abroad.”
The shipments will be made under the name Japanese Organic Fertilizer, a joint venture between Bayon Heritage and Japan’s Nangoku Agriculture Development.