Almost all raw ingredients for animal feeds are imported. These ingredients range from corn gluten meal, soybean meal, bone meal, fish meal to mineral sources and various vitamins, minerals and other additives. The major ingredients imported to Malaysia are maize and soybean meal. Soybean is in a high demand in the country and exceeds significantly local production.
The major local materials used to improve feed efficiency and growth are palm kernel cake (PKC), sago, rice bran, oil palm frond, copra cake, broken rice and tapioca. There are about 43 small and medium compound feed mills located in West and East Malaysia.
The top companies on the animal feed market in Malaysia are QL Fishmeal Sdn Bhd, AL Asia Chemical Industry Sdn Bhd, PGEO Group, Soon Soon Oilmills Sdn Bhd, Johor Bahru Flour Mill Sdn Bhd, IFFCO (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, Carotino Sdn Bhd.
The Malaysian Feed Board supports the local animal feed manufacturers and is taking steps to minimize its dependence on imports of animal feed.
- Brief country profile: general information, economic indicators, business environment
- Animal feed market overview: production and consumption of animal feed, market trends, government regulations and market perspectives
- Foreign trade data including animal feed export/import operations in Malaysia, main trade partners, prices
- Major manufacturers and suppliers of animal feed in Malaysia
- Consumers within the sector and the purchase activity monitoring
- Your knowledge of the market in the country will expand significantly
- You will receive information about economic, governmental, political and social background of the market giving you an opportunity to analyse all the factors influencing the market
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- Major market players’ contacts and profiles will be useful for partnership development and the assessment of the competitive environment
The report can be further elaborated by the following materials:
1.1. General characteristics
1.2. Economic review
2. ANIMAL FEED MARKET IN MALAYSIA
2.1. Overview of animal feed market
2.2. Producers of animal feed in Malaysia, including contact details and product range
2.2.1. Producers of fish meal
2.2.2. Producers of soybean meal
2.2.3. Producers of corn gluten meal
2.2.4. Producers of wheat bran
2.2.5. Producers of cotton seed meal
2.2.6. Producers of rice bran
2.2.7. Producers of bone meal
2.2.8. Producers of other animal feed
3. MALAYSIA'S FOREIGN TRADE IN ANIMAL FEED
3.1. Export and import of meals of fish, including fish flour and prepared fish meals: volume, structure, dynamics
3.2. Export and import of corn, wheat, rice and beans bran: volume, structure, dynamics
3.3. Export and import of swedes, mangolds, fodder roots, hay and similar forage products: volume, structure, dynamics
3.4. Export and import of oil-cake, from extraction of cotton and flax seeds: volume, structure, dynamics
4. MAJOR WHOLESALERS AND TRADING COMPANIES IN MALAYSIA
5. CONSUMERS OF ANIMAL FEED IN MALAYSIAN MARKET
5.1. Downstream markets of Animal Feed in Malaysia
5.2. Animal Feed consumers in Malaysia
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The report can be further expanded by the following materials:
- Malaysia: Country Business Profile 2016
Date: Jan, 2016 | Pages: 50 | Price: $300
This report is a comprehensive research about the conditions of doing business in Malaysia.
The first chapter of the report contains general information on Malaysia, including its geopolitical situation, administrative structure, political system and level of economic development. Special attention is delivered to peculiarities of negotiations conduct in Malaysia.
The second part of the report focuses on macroeconomic indexes of Malaysia: GDP scope and dynamics, industrial production volume, foreign trade analysis, investment climate in the country etc.