Tri-way is SIAF's aquaculture spinoff
Tri-way Industries, Ltd.

Tri-way Industries, Ltd. (“TW”) is an independent Hong Kong based corporation in which Sino Agro Food, Inc. holds a 36.6% ownership interest. SIAF carved-out its aquaculture businesses to reform Tri-way, which had previously been a wholly owned entity of Sino Agro Food and which owned a limited set of assets.

In addition to assets already held in Aquafarm 1 (“AF1”), TW acquired the assets of Aquafarms 2, 3, 4 and 5 from their respective owners / investors, including SIAF, as well as rights to technology licensed from Capital Award, a wholly owned subsidiary of SIAF. The carve-out was completed and announced in a press release on March 1, 2017.

Tri-way’s enterprise value was assessed at US$340.6M, with Sino Agro Food, Inc. retaining and/or acquiring holdings of US$124.7M (of US$340.6M), which includes a provision for repayment of debt owed to SIAF.

Details are further explained in SIAF’s Aquaculture Carve-Out FAQ. The Company’s presentation of its Carve-out Spinoff Strategy is also available for download.

To provide a detailed TW update, the Company published an Open Letter to Stakeholders on November 30, 2017. Further updates about Tri-way Industries are found occasionally on the Company’s Investor site, in the News and Press Releases section.

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Tri-way Industries now owns and operates:

  • Aquafarm 1, formerly Jiangmen City A Power Fishery Development Co. (Fish Farm 1), in which SIAF had a 75% ownership interest through the former Tri-way
  • Aquafarm 2, formerly Enping City Bi Tao A Power Prawn Culture Development Co (Prawn Farm 1), which was an unincorporated joint venture
  • Aquafarm 3, formerly Zhongshan A Power Prawn Culture Farms Development Co (Prawn Farm 2), which was an unincorporated joint venture
  • Aquafarm 4, formerly Prawn Farm 4, the first phase of the new Zhongshan Aquaculture project, and
  • Aquafarm 5, formerly Prawn Farm 5, the second phase of the new Zhongshan Aquaculture project, scheduled to begin development in 2017

The aquaculture operations each have the ability to grow a variety of seafood species, including prawns. This was one reason to change their designation to“aquafarms.” The proportion of production will vary from quarter to quarter. Aquafarm 4 began production in the fourth quarter of 2016. Through the first nine months of 2016 AF1-3 produced 8,999 metric tons: sleepy cod (321), Giant Mottled Eel (265), Prawns (1,844), and Finfish (6,569), generating revenue from the sale of goods of $57.5M and gross profits of $13.1M.



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