Westfalia Fruit has announced its plans to unveil a packhouse expansion in Mozambique, East Africa.
According to Westfalia, the expansion aims to meet rising demand and strengthen the company’s “commitment to community development and collaboration,” ultimately enhancing Mozambique’s avocado industry.
The company is poised to enhance operational efficiency, with a particular focus on the essential picking and packing phases.
In a statement, Westfalia said: “As Westfalia Fruit embarks on this ambitious journey of growth and progress, the company extends its sincere appreciation to all our stakeholders, partners and the diligent community of growers who have played a pivotal role in shaping our success”.
The statement continued: “This packhouse expansion embodies not only the company’s dedication to Mozambique’s avocado sector but also signifies a significant stride towards reinforcing the local economy and promoting sustainable agricultural practices. With the imminent completion of this expansion project, Westfalia Fruit remains enthusiastic about its ongoing contributions to Mozambique’s flourishing avocado industry. Through a commitment to excellence, the company looks forward to sharing the rewards of prosperity with all those involved.”
The upgrade is currently in progress and is expected to be completed in February 2024.
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