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2019-09-22 20:48
 

The Cagayan Valley region has a vast agricultural area. It is the top producer and rice and corn in the Philippines with 654,560 hectares allocated for crop production. Another 119,225 hectares is utilized for high-value produce such as sugarcane, banana, coconut, pineapple and mango. Givensuch, the Cagayan Freeport is an ideal site as a processing and logistics hub for the regions agricultural produce.

 

This provides a unique opportunity for the Cagayan Freeport to be a processing and packaging center for East Asia and the Pacific Rim. Such that, Australia’s cattle, livestock and dairy products may be transhipped through Port Irene to Japan the same way agricultural products from China would be directed through Port Irene for Malaysia.

 

This gives way to the Cagayan Freeport being a processing hub for international market. Hence, the development of the Sta. Ana Regional Agro-Industrial Growth Center of SARAIGC – one of the indentified proposed industrial centers in the country. The area covered by the Center is 800 hectares to be allocated as follows: industrial zone, residential zone, recreational zone, and the communication zone and expansion area.

 

Below are the agro-industry growth potentials:

 

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  • Potential for Bio-diesel and Ethanol production and processing
  • Cattle/Livestock Production
  • Dairy Products
  • Lumber Processing and Furniture Production
  • Fertilizer Production
  • Feed Milling
  • Food Processing
  • High Value Crops Production
  • Research and Development Facilities for the Poultry, Livestock & Marine Sectors
  • Meat Processing
  • Fish Production and Aquaculture
  • Processing of Fish and other Marine Products
  • Seaweeds and Carageenan Production and Processing
  • Pulp and Paper Production

 

Based on the area’s existing endowments, agro-industrial enhancement is seen as the take-off point for the immediate development of the area, hence, the development of the Sta. Ana Regional Agro-Industrial Growth Center of SARAIGC – one of the indentified proposed industrial centers in the country. The area covered by the Center is 800 hectares to be allocated as follows: industrial zone, residential zone, recreational zone, and the communication zone and expansion area.

 

Possible areas for investment in the SARAIGC:

 

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  • Fertilizer Production
  • Feed Milling
  • Food Processing
  • High Value Crops Production
  • Research and Development Facilities for the Poultry, Livestock & Marine Sectors
  • Livestock and Poultry Raising
  • Meat Processing
  • Fish Production and Aquaculture
  • Processing of Fish and other Marine Products
  • Seaweeds and Carageenan Production and Processing
  • Pulp and Paper Production
  • Furniture Production


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