The MMSEZ agro-processing cluster provides an opportunity to build an integrated agro-industrial value chain, with a special focus on agro-processing and agro-logistics.
Similarly, the MMSEZ enjoys a competitive advantage resulting from natural endowment of microclimate advantage suitable for production of various high value agricultural commodities in the Limpopo Province.
The agro-processing cluster is positioned to attract foreign and domestic direct investment in the following food, fiber, and industrial products processing activities:
- Fresh produce handling and trade
- Sorting & grading
- Cutting & peeling
- Packaging & labelling
- Milling and grinding
- Preservation in
- Mixing/combining to recipe
- Baking and cooking
- Packaging and labelling
- Scheduling, delivery, receipt and proper storage of all long lead systems.
Investment Incentives and Support
The South African government initially established the Industrial Development Zone programme, later replaced by the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) programme to attract domestic and foreign direct investment and exporting of value-added commodities.
The SEZ Act offers a number of financial and tax incentives to businesses located in an SEZ to ensure their growth, enhance revenue generation and job creation, attract investment and strengthen international competitiveness.
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