10,000 tpa Raw Cashew Nut Processing Project
Capacity to increase to 15,000 tpa
Located in Tiebissou, Côte d'Ivoire

Dekel has a 70.7% interest in the Tiebissou cashew project.

Work is underway to build an initial 10,000 tpa cashew processing plant at Tiebissou, which is being developed in line with the collaborative model that we successfully deployed at our 100% owned palm oil project in Ayenouan. This is centred on constructing a state-of-the-art plant to process raw cashew nuts ('RCN') grown by local smallholders and co-operatives.

Despite being the world's top cashew producer, Côte d'Ivoire only processes 10-15% of RCNs grown in the country. As was the case with Ayenouan, the Company identified a shortfall in regional cashew processing capacity in the area around Tiebissou. The project at Tiebissou will provide local smallholders with an outlet for their produce. In line with this, relationships with local co-operatives to supply raw cashew nuts to the project have been established.

Construction of the plant at Tiebissou is now fully underway.

Watch our November 2020 construction site progress video HERE

 

26 February 2021: Aerial view and plant assembly

16 November 2020: Boiler unloaded and assembly work now commences

12 October 2020: The key building structures plus offices continuing to advance

1 October 2020: Vertical works commenced

23 September 2020: Heavy equipment arrives to commence vertical works

16 September 2020: Ground and concrete works now well advanced
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