CAB sees solid growth ahead


Group managing director Chris Chuah (pic) told StarBiz the increase in the cost of raw materials such as corn and soya bean has caused broiler meat prices to rise correspondingly.

PENANG: Integrated poultry producer CAB Cakaran Bhd expects its revenue and net profit to improve by a double-digit percentage in the financial year ending Sept 30,2021 (FY21).

Group managing director Chris Chuah told StarBiz the increase in the cost of raw materials such as corn and soya bean has caused broiler meat prices to rise correspondingly.

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