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Latest Reports Chickens

  • Indonesian Companies: Update Performance of Malindo Feedmill

    The outlook for Malindo Feedmill, one of the largest animal feed producers in Indonesia, has become more upbeat after the arrival of fresh funds (IDR 537 billion) through the company's rights issue and on expectation of improving conditions in the nation's chicken breeding industry. Malindo Feedmill will use proceeds from the rights issue to repay US dollar-denominated debt to Bank Central Asia (BCA) and Bank CIMB Niaga. Based on a financial report, the company had a total debt of IDR 2.2 trillion (approx. USD $157 million) in the third quarter of 2015.

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  • Ramadan and Lebaran Result in Higher Consumer Spending in Indonesia

    The holy fasting month of Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calender, and subsequent Idul Fitri (or Lebaran) festivities, when many Indonesians go back to their home towns for several days, will arrive soon (on or around 9 July 2013). This annual recurring tradition has some big economic implications as Indonesia's Muslim community increases spending prior and during this period to buy new clothes, shoes, food and drinks as well as transportation fares to travel back to their places of birth.

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  • Charoen Pokphand Indonesia, Leading Indonesian Poultry Meat Producer

    Indonesia Investments presents an updated company profile of Charoen Pokphand Indonesia, the leading company in Indonesia's poultry feed and day old chicks (DOC) industries, having a dominating market share of 35 percent in both industries. The poultry meat industry in Indonesia has good prospects as the country's current per capita poultry meat consumption is relatively low, while per capita GDP is rising. Moreover, chicken meat is cheaper than beef and fish, while pork is generally not eaten due to Islamic principals.

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Latest Columns Chickens

  • Corporate Earnings Malindo Feedmill Expected to Improve in 2016

    Indonesian animal feed and commercial day-old chicks producer Malindo Feedmill is expected to post net profit again in 2016 after two straight years of net losses. This optimistic projection is based on Indonesia's higher purchasing power, stable supply-demand of poultry as well as the company's stable production costs (supported by the stable rupiah exchange rate). Malindo Feedmill is one of the largest animal feed producers in Indonesia. Its main competitors are Japfa Comfeed Indonesia and Charoen Pokphand Indonesia.

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