About Overseas Business

“Sunjin is available worldwide, wherever there are customers”

Sunjin established its first feed plant in the Philippines in 1997; it currently operates 11 feed plants in 4 countries, including China, Vietnam, and Myanmar, and is expanding its activities as a global company. In the future, in addition to new feed plant construction and continued expansion in the feed business, Sunjin aims to pursue pig farming integration projects to utilize its knowledge of livestock. In August 2015, we began pig farming in Vietnam; the overseas business mainly consists of the production and sale of feed, pig farming, and pig farming integration businesses. The feed division is the core business; Sunjin is producing and supplying feed suitable to the overseas local market and environment, based on its feed technology, which is already popular in Korea for its high quality and technical superiority. In 2017, sales of overseas feed exceeded 520 thousand tons for the first time, and we are continually expanding the importance of the overseas business.

<Status of Overseas Plants>

  • 2 Plants in the Philippines (Bulucan/Batangas)
  • 3 Plants in China (Tieling/Qingdao/Chengdu)
  • 4 Plants in Vietnam (Dong Nai/Mekong/Hanoi /including Ha Nam Plant expected to be completed in 2018)
  • 2 Plants in Myanmar (Bago/Mandalay)

  • 2017
    Began construction of the 2nd plant in Hanoi
  • 2017
    Established the Sunjin Myanmar Mandalay Plant
  • 2014
    Established Sunjin Myanmar Co., Ltd.
    (First entered the Myanmar feed market)
  • 2014
    Completed construction of the 2nd plant in
    the Philippines
  • 2012
    Established Sunjin Mekong (Vietnam)
  • 2009
    Established Sunjin Hanoi
  • 2009
    Established Qingdao Sunjin feed Co., Ltd.
  • 2008
    Established Tieling Sunjin Co., Ltd.
  • 2006
    Established Sunjin Chengdu Feed Co., Ltd.
    (First entered the Chinese feed market)
  • 2004
    Established Sunjin Vina Co., Ltd.
    (First entered the Vietnamese feed market)
  • 1997
    Established Sunjin Philippines Inc.
    (First entered the Philippine feed market)