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November 18, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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The recipient of the 2012 Prime Minister’s Agriculture Exporter of the Year Award, Ram Sami and Sons (Fiji) Limited plans to expand its operations in the near future.

The company which won the Exporter to the Pacific Award last year was this year recognised for its effort in boosting Fiji’s agriculture industry through effective and efficient production and for bringing high amounts of foreign exchange.

Spokesperson and Group Accountant Upendra Gounder told FijiLive that winning an award in a new category was an extra motivation for the company and they would continue to enhance their production by keeping it in line with developments in technological methods.

“We are really proud to win our second award in two years and this reflects the company’s commitment to the export sector and the people of Fiji in general,” said Gounder.

“We are 100% locally owned and have grown tremendously from a small backyard chicken farm set up 45 years ago to a commercial organization which exports to the Pacific Islands and is a major supplier in the domestic market.”

“Our company has grown from strength to strength and expansion of our operations is in the pipeline and we are looking forward to grow further in the coming years.”

“The government’s incentives have really benefited our company and the initiatives put in place by Investment Fiji also help us to enhance our productivity capacity and maintain our focus on the export sector.”

Ram Sami and Sons Limited specializes in the production, distribution and marketing of the highest quality farm fresh eggs and poultry products.

By Reginald Chandar
 

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