Viet Nam News
HCM CITY — HCM City plans to construct several modern livestock and poultry slaughterhouses this year, in addition to facilities being opened by private firms.
From now to September 2019, the city will open six modern industrial-scale cattle slaughterhousees, which will have a total capacity of 13,000 animals per day.
Hóc Môn District will have two slaughterhouses, including the Xuân Thới Thượng and Tân Hiệp Food Processing Plants, with capacity of 2,000 and 3,000 animals per day, respectively.
Củ Chi District will have four facilities in Tân Thạnh commune with capacity of 2,000 animals per day, Tân Phú Trung commune with capacity of 3,000 animals per day, one on Võ Văn Bích street with capacity of 2,000 animals per day and another in Phước Thạnh commune with capacity of 1,000 animals per day.
In addition, Vissan Joint Stock Company will open one slaughterhouse in their food processing industrial complex in Bến Lức District in Long An Province, with capacity of 2,500 to 4,000 animals per day.
When these slaughterhouses are put into use, the city will shut all traditional slaughterhouses where hygiene standards are often flaunted. Particularly, Trung Tuyến slaughterhouse located in Cần Giờ District continues to operate to serve the needs of local people.
The city now has 11 slaughterhouses with total capacity of 6,330 pigs and 82,000 poultry per day.
Also, by the end of this year, the city expects to put into use two slaughterhouses belonging to Phạm Tôn Co. Ltd and Sai Gon Agriculture One Member Co. Ltd in Củ Chi District.
The city expects that by 2020 the total capacity of these plants will reach 15,530 pigs, 300,000 poultry and 300 cows per day. — VNS