establishment of an integrated aquaculture facility
Investment sought for establishment of an integrated aquaculture facility
Total project value is R18.4-million
In a comprehensive business proposal, the total project cost is R18,4-million that covers asset financing of about R15,7-million, capitalised pre-operational costs, and working capital financing
The project aims to establish an integrated aquaculture facility for the production of table vegetables, herbs and fish in the KwaCele Tribal Authority in KwaZulu-Natal, within the Ugu District Municipality. The aim is to develop land located on the 100-year floodplain of the Amahlongwa River in the Amandawe Mission.
The project requires the construction and commissioning of aquaculture ponds and tunnels (hydroponics & aquaponics), warehousing, production facilities, cold-storage and administration facilities. It will also requires the installation of a pump-weir and piping on the river to feed the production ponds.
The nutrient rich hydroponics medium (fed by the aquaponics effluent) will produce rapid growth and a high monthly yield of quality herbs and vegetables.
THE PROJECT IS PROJECTED TO RUN OVER THREE PHASES
The leveling of the platforms and associated civil work.
The construction of the ponds, tunnels, warehouse, cold-storage & admin facilities and the installation of pumps and control & monitoring systems.
Staff & management training & marketing activities. Planting of crops in the hydroponics tunnels & seeding / stocking of the aquaponics ponds.
Once the project has been successfully completed and is functioning optimally, we will implement succession training for the establishment and replication of similar projects throughout Ugu District Municipality.
Technical and financial details of the components of the project are available on request.
Interested Investors are Invites to contact us
039 682 3881