The sky is the limit for the Nutrimix Group of Companies which has its origins as a local broiler growing company in rural Trinidad and Tobago in the sixties. On August 15th, the family-owned entity launched the first phase of its multi-million dollar Next Generation Hatchery in Brechin Castle Couva, Trinidad, representing the single largest private sector investment to be made in the local agriculture sector over the last 5 years. In 2019 the new hatchery will replace the Group’s existing facility in Barrackpore, Trinidad.
The US$3 million re-investment will boost the agro-processing industries significantly as it will have the capacity to hatch up to 3 million eggs, thus providing an increased supply of quality chicken to the local market. Speaking at the sod-turning ceremony for the Next Generation Hatchery, Ronnie Mohammed – Director, Nutrimix Group stated that it will be the most modern facility of its kind in the Caribbean, utilizing the latest technology and incubation methods to provide strong, healthy chicks with the highest hatchability rates.
InvesTT is pleased to have been associated with the development of this initiative, making strategic interventions through the facilitation and escalation of matters related to the lands and lease, via regulatory agencies such as the Commissioner of State Lands and the Commissioner of Valuation.
Speaking with us the day after the ceremony, Mr. Mohammed endorsed InvesTT’s services, noting – “When I received a call from InvesTT at 6pm following up with on a matter related to the project, I said to myself there is credibility to this organization! I would recommend the company to other local investors because I’ve seen a dedicated team standing behind my project, a commitment to follow through and a very hands-on approach linking the investor with other state agencies.”
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