Egypt’s dairy and juice maker Beyti targets a 20 percent year-on-year surge in its exports within 2020, a senior official in the company said on Saturday.
The exports are likely to range between $23 million and $24 million within the next year, the company’s export manager Zakaria Yassin further told Amwal Al Ghad
Beyti – formerly known as International Company for Agro Industrial Projects – expects that its exports would reach around $22 million this year, Zakaria said.
Beyti was established in 1998 with the acquisition of the largest commercial dairy farm in Egypt, from the Saudi Group, Dallah Al-Barakah. Beyti is involved in many of the profitable aspects of the agricultural industry.
Activities includes land reclamation, planting, and cultivating crops utilising advanced farming methods and technologies, processing , packaging, and distributing agricultural based products at the national and international level.