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Wij maken het u graag gemakkelijk. Filter de case op land, dienst of sector om te zien welke bedrijven zich konden concentreren op hun kernactiviteiten, terwijl wij de optimale randvoorwaarden creërden om de buitenlandse investering succesvol te maken.
Banzo is specialized in the engineering and, installation of conveyors, handling- and separation systems for household, construction and (plastic) waste. Larive supported Banzo with a feasibility study for plastic waste recycling in Cambodia.
Larive supported Van Aarsen with business development in Myanmar and together with the Van Aarsen team conducted a feasibility study for a potential investment in a complete feed mill on behalf of a Myanmar-based company.
Establishment of certified rice production in Cambodia
Larive supported Burapa Prosper with the application for a PSI subsidy from the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (“NEA”) as well as assistance during project execution to establish certified rice flour and starch in Cambodia.
Vescom develops, produces and distributes high-quality interior products for the international contract market: wallcovering, upholstery and curtain fabrics.
Larive supported Vescom with establishment of a Foreign
De Heus Animal Nutrition is a leading company in the field of animal feed & nutritional products for cattle, pigs, poultry and aquaculture. Larive supported De Heus with in setting up the legal entity in India, along with assistance in all registrations as well as setting up a bank account.
Kendrion develops, manufactures and markets worldwide high-quality electromagnetic and mechatronic solutions for industrial and automotive applications. Larive has supported Kendrion with gathering business intelligence regarding
Public Private Partnership for aquaculture in East Africa
FoodTechAfrica is a Public Private Partnership combining the strengths of Dutch agro-food companies, knowledge institutes, governmental agencies and their East-African counterparts to improve food security