Vietnamese enterprise in Cambodia creates stable jobs for 3,500 locals

06-Jun-2020 Intellasia | Nhan Dan | 6:02 AM Print This Post

THADI Agriculture Farming Processing & Distribution JSC, a subsidiary of Vietnamese Truong Hai Auto Corporation (Thaco), has created jobs for approximately 3,500 Cambodian people.

Established in August 2018, THADI specialises in the production, processing and trading of fruit, cereals, livestock, forestry products and agricultural supplies.

The company is running two farms in Cambodia, Snoul in Kratie Province and Daunpenh in Ratanakiri Province,with a total area of nearly 20,000ha.

The company is expected to harvest over 300,000 tonnes of fruit of various kinds this year.

THADI held a trip for a delegation from the Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia and the Khmer-Vietnam Association in Cambodia to visit the two farms on June 2 and 3.

Chair of the Khmer-Vietnam Association in Cambodia Chau Van Chi said that, in addition to accommodation, health care, and vocational training,workers at the farms are provided with schools for their children. This is a good opportunity for many families to change their lives and create a better future for their children, Chi noted.

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, agricultural production activities at THADI have been maintained in a stable manner, creating stable jobs for the locals.

The company has also planned to expand the farming area by 5,000ha and expand stock raising farms, fruit packaging plants, agricultural supplies depots, and mechanic repair workshops in 2020. It is scheduled to recruit more than 8,000 workers in pursuit of its large-scale and sustainable agricultural production in Cambodia.


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