OUR HEAD OFFICE
Sybil Agri established its first office in Singapore, a vibrant developed country, with a dynamic and experienced Sales team that pledges to serve clients in the best way.
Located at 10 Anson Road in Singapore City Center, in the International Plaza commercial complex, with extensive services and amenities. It offers excellent conditions for commerce, meeting and connecting international partners at a major financial and logistical hub of the globe.
Address: 10 Anson Road, #22-02 International Plaza, Singapore 079903
In Vietnam, Sybil Agri established manufacturing factories and farms. Beginning in 2018, Sybil Agri has implemented the project of sustainable raw materials on more than 100 hectares in Ba Ria – Vung Tau province. From here, Sybil Agri provides high-quality goods at best prices to clients throughout Asia. Following that, Sybil Agri expanded its collaboration with Nam Yang Cooperative in Gia Lai province to build factories and warehouses, and developed the “Sybil Agri Farmers Partnership Programme” in collaboration with farmers in Gia Lai to ensure the right supply, uniform quality products to customers in Europe, America, and around the world.
Ba Ria Vung Tau province
Taking advantage of natural circumstances in Vietnam, Sybil Agri has invested in 100 hectares of organic pepper in Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province, since the end of 2018.
The farm is located in the Southeast area of Vietnam, in a tropical climate with red basalt soil, making it a perfect setting for pepper cultivation. From there, the Sybil Agri team has been growing quality peppers from seed to harvest.
Furthermore, the farm is maintained by enthusiastic experts with over 25 years of expertise in the agricultural industry, who have produced high-quality pepper for partners all over the globe. All pepper plants are free of pests and illnesses, and the peppercorns are carefully selected so that they taste excellent and have a distinct scent.
Address: Tan Hoa Hamlet, Ngai Giao Town, Chau Duc District, Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province, Vietnam
Our Farm & Factory
Gia Lai province
Sybil Agri has inked a collaboration agreement with Nam Yang Cooperative, Gia Lai province, to rent a warehouse and factory to use the production line by the end of 2020 in order to meet rising demand and improve product quality control. Nam Yang Cooperative Factory has the greatest capacity in the region, with a capability of manufacturing 1 ton per hour and 450-600 tons of finished pepper products per month, ensuring an adequate production for supplying the market each year.
The manufacturing plant is equipped with advanced technologies to sort and screen high-quality peppers, as well as the installation of steam-powered microbiological treatment lines, making it an unique feature for the factory. Since then, Sybil Agri has been introducing high-quality goods to the market that are tailored to the specific demands of each client.
Furthermore, our affiliated facility is located in Vietnam’s major pepper supply hub. With this advantage, we are totally proactive in the acquisition of raw materials, which allows us to accelerate the production process for export.
Sybil Agri aims to acquire 2,000 tons of pepper harvested from farmers in Nam Yang commune (Gia Lai province) and Bau Chinh commune (Ba Ria – Vung Tau province) to ensure Sybil Agri’s quantity.
Address: Zone 3, Hamlet 1, Nam Yang Commune, Dak Doa District, Gia Lai Provice, Vietnam
Because of ever-increasing economies, connectivity technologie and the rapid depletion of our planet's finite resources, the concept of Sustainable Development has emerged as the most important principle in modern times.
The Sustainability Framework articulates Sybil Agri's strategic commitment to sustainable development and is an essential component of our risk management strategy. Our Sustainability Framework assists our clients in conducting business in a sustainable manner. It supports responsible environmental and social behaviors, stimulates transparency and accountability, and leads to beneficial development outcomes.
Farmers Partnership Programme
We are committed to providing our customers with exceptional service while offering our employees the best training.
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