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Company Web Site:  http://www.sinoagrofood.com
SIAF on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SinoAgroFoodInc
SIAF on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/siafchina
SEC Fillings - http://www.sec.gov

Sino Agro Food, Inc. (SIAF) is a vertically integrated, fast growing and technology-focused Chinese agriculture firm whose subsidiaries build and operate beef, sheep, aquaculture and produce farms. It follows many organic principles, and aims to create products as naturally as possible. Managed by an experienced international team, the Company has operations in three provinces and sells throughout China.
 
SIAF's strategy is to work towards full vertical integration, from farm to table, by expanding production and processing operations, while at the same time creating brands and restaurant outlets (via joint venture) for its products. The Company is currently active in aquaculture, cattle farming, livestock feed and fertilizer manufacture, produce farming and restaurant design and development. It is developing brand names in aquaculture and beef products, adding processing facilities, and is now involved in sheep farming. Though the Company sells throughout China, and even exports some of its products, its principal operations are in Guangdong Province, Qinghai Province and Hunan Province, as is shown in chart below.
 
The Company's agricultural projects generally begin with formation of a Sino Foreign Joint Venture Company (SFJVC) between one of its subsidiaries and a Chinese joint venture partner (or partners), with the SIAF subsidiary initially owning 25% of its equity. The Chinese partner acts as the project principal, initially owns 75% of the joint venture and usually contributes funding and land to the venture, while SIAF provides technology, construction and management services for a turnkey solution. The SIAF holding companies that undertake these projects are mainly located outside China, in Belize, Macau and Hong Kong, while the joint venture entities are Chinese companies. An important part of the development process is forming alliances with the farmer cooperatives that raise SIAF's cattle headcount requirements; SIAF provides them with infrastructure and education. Once a project is operational and profitable, SIAF typically increases its ownership in the joint venture from 25% to 75% and consolidates the project's operations into its financials.
 
The Company divides its fast growing operations into four standalone business units; fishery, cattle, HU flower plantation and fertilizer, enzymes and livestock feed. The commonality between the divisions is that each is operating in a comparatively slow growth consolidating market; SIAF has a strategy of targeting niches of these markets with their high quality products. The Company has described its strategy as wanting to be the highest quality with high margins, but not the largest firm.

In P.R.C. the rapid progress of industrialization of the last decade has unbalanced the needs of developments and activities of the agriculture industry, (i.e. diminishing of agriculture land, scarcity of farm laborers, industrial pollution and the generally over usage of chemical etc.). Therefore the P.R.C. Government has in recent years directed many incentive schemes and policies with the aim to revitalize and to modernize its agriculture industry. (i.e. Protection of agriculture land, stringent laws in governing the ownership and usage of agriculture land, tax free incentive applying to incomes generated from the industry and enforcing environmental friendly developments etc.)Management of the Company has many years of practical and professional experience in various and many sectors of the agriculture industry and decided in year 2004 that it was the right timing and there would be many opportunities available to develop agricultural ventures in P.R.C.

 
Contact Information:
Tel (China): +86-20-38880923
Fax (China): +86-20-22057863
Tel (USA): +1 (775) 901-0344
E-mail: info@sinoagrofood.com

Sino Agro Food, Inc.
Room 3801, Block A, China Shine Plaza
No.9, LinHeXi Road, Tianhe District
Guangzhou, 510610, CHINA

Investor Relations:
Peter Grossman

Tel: +1 (775) 901-0344
E-mail: info@sinoagrofood.com
http://sinoagrofood.investorroom.com/

Company Lawyer (USA): Sichenzia Ross Friedman Ference, LLP
61 Broadway, 32nd Floor
New York, New York 10006
Telephone: (212) 930-9700
http://www.srff.com/

Company Auditor: Anthony Kam & Associates Ltd.
Suite 2105, Wing On Centre, 111 Connaught Road, Central, HongKong.
Tel: 852-2246-6688
Fax: 852-2246-8448
info@akamcpa.com

Educative links:
The Company's 10-K filing for 2013 is the most up to date and complete description of Sino Agro Food available. It is available in several readable formats (MS Word, Acrobat PDF) on SIAF's SEC Filings page.
Here is the most recent Company Overview, from May 2014

Report of independent analysts, Analyst Group of Stockholm - October 28, 2014.



Mr. Lee Yip Kun Solomon
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer A Pioneer of Modern Fishery Projects in the South Pacific Region, who has over 35 years experience in the Fishery Industry and Food Industry created various sizable projects in the Asian region. 
Citizen of Australia

Ms. Olivia Lai, CPA
Chief Financial Officer. Ms. Lai has over 20 years accounting and finance experience and held senior positions in many multi-national and public accounting and consulting firms. She is a U.S. and Hong Kong Certified Accountant with memberships in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Charted Global Management Accountants, Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the Taxation Institute of Hong Kong. She received her Bachelor of Science in Accounting with the Highest Distinction, and has an Executive Master of Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management of Northwestern University in the U.S., and the University of Science and Technology in Hong Kong.
Citizen of USA and Hong Kong.

Mr. Tan Poay Teik (Peter)
Executive Director has 28 years of experience in the food Industry and has much practical experience in accounting, strategic planning, merger and joint venture matters and financial management having held directorship in several private limited and public listed companies.
Citizen of Malaysia

Mr. Chen Bor Hann Michael
Manager of Fishery Director and Company secretary of SIAF. 13 years of experience in the Fishery Industry, one of the pioneers of CA and RAS Projects in Asia.
Citizen of Taiwan


Mr. Nils-Erik Sandberg
Representant of the BoD. Mr. Sandberg, 73, has been President of the Jordan Fund, a Swedish investment group network since 1990. Mr. Sandberg also currently holds a position as an adviser for Gustavia Energy and Commodities Fund. Mr. Sandberg has previously founder and  CEO of several oil companies. 
Citizen of Sweden

Mr. George Yap Koi Ming
Representant of the BoD. Mr. Yap, 60, is a practicing international chartered accountant with over 30 years standing. Mr. Yap specializes in strategic business plans, registering listings on stock exchanges, international banking, financial management, risk management, financial reporting, auditing, financial management, investment management, and providing corporate finance solutions in terms of sourcing finance, as well as cornerstone investors in IPOs, Reverse Mergers, and Takeovers.
Citizen of Malaysia

Mr. Daniel Ritchey
Representant of the BoD. Mr. Ritchey is currently a partner in three companies: DC Capital LLC, 3-D Oil and Gas LLC, and 3-D Ranch LLC, a 2,200 head of cattle/1,500 head pig farm for which Mr. Ritchey serves as Finance Director. Mr. Ritchey held previous positions as investment analyst and advisor for venture capital firms. He holds an MBA in Finance from Ohio State University.
Citizen of USA

Mr. Lim Chang (Anthony) Soh
Representant of the BoD. Mr. Soh is a partner in the law firm, Edwin Lim Suren & Soh, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Until October 31, 2013, Mr. Soh was Deputy Managing Director of Pontian United Plantations Berhad, a Malaysian plantation company in the business of cultivating oil palm on 39,000 acres of land on a group basis, and operating an oil mill. Appointed Director in 2005, Mr. Soh served as Executive Director from 2007 until promoted again in 2009. He holds an LL.B (Hons) degree from University of Hull, England. 
Citizen of Malaysia


Institutional investors/Partners
Euro China Capital ABhttp://www.eurochinacap.com/en/  


Click on the images below for more pictures

Wholesale Center 1 Prawn Farm 1 - Under Construction   Prawn Farm 2
TBA
Cattle Farm 2 Pictures TBA Dragon Fruit plantation - Greenhousing in background   Cattle farm 1 - Enping
TBA
Fish Farm 1 - APM Fish rearing module Fish Farm 2 Pictures TBA HSA - Linli Cattle farm - Hunan Shengua A Power Limited

Tesco Concessions

SJAP - Qinghai Sanjiang A Power Beef Cattle Farm Leonie Restaurant Chain

SJAP granted Dragon Head Status


SIAF Locations

Zhongshan Prawn Project

- The Press release
             Project is expected to span 20 years and targets producing up to 300,000 MT of live prawns per year
- The Contract
            http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1488419/000114420414013514/0001144204-14-013514-index.htm
- FAQ and Project Plan Information
The Mega Farm
 
 

First Half Results: 2014 vs. 2013

Comparison of Results:

First half revenues for 2014 increased 104.0% over the first half of 2013; income increased by 43.0%; and basic earnings per share by 3.6%

Key Financial Charts 2009 -2013

Five Year Financial Results:

Sino Agro Food, Inc. has achieved compounded annual growth, as follows:

•  Revenue  86%
•  Income 82%
•  Basic EPS  48%
•  Shareholder Equity 47%
 



 


Sino Agro Food Closed US $25 Million Convertible Note Funding         
http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=63479957

       

                                          

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SIAF News: Sino Agro Food, Inc. To Present in Stockholm 11/18/2014 02:41:00 AM
SIAF News: Sino Agro Food, Inc. Reports Record Quarterly Revenue of $107.2M and Diluted EPS of $.14 11/14/2014 09:00:00 AM
SIAF News: Sino Agro Food, Inc. Eyes Europe/International Focus 11/13/2014 09:00:00 AM
SIAF News: Waiting for News That Could Make These Companies Take Off & Special Report on Social TV Market Pioneer 11/12/2014 07:00:00 AM
SIAF News: Sino Agro Food Closed US $25 Million Convertible Note Funding 09/04/2014 04:33:00 PM
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#75497  Sticky Note Analyst Group calls SIAF a strong buy, targets hyperboy262626 10/28/14 01:01:06 AM
#73839  Sticky Note The world’s greatest stock picker Purchaser 10/08/14 05:51:11 PM
#66820  Sticky Note My SEC complaint against SIAF is officially filed ........ joenatural 06/23/14 02:59:59 PM
#77683   Challe08 and RealDutch: Mr. Fister 11/27/14 07:19:51 PM
#77682   Where did I say December? Answer, nowhere. RealDutch 11/27/14 06:26:39 PM
#77681   I never said december. challe08 11/27/14 06:15:07 PM
#77680   Your idea is that they are going to RealDutch 11/27/14 05:38:34 PM
#77679   You bore me and we are probably boring challe08 11/27/14 05:31:24 PM
#77678   I haven't given you ANY false information, I RealDutch 11/27/14 05:17:56 PM
#77677   I have also been puzzled about that, it challe08 11/27/14 05:14:20 PM
#77676   You said specifically, that they will not acquire challe08 11/27/14 05:09:12 PM
#77675   By the way... MaterialMind 11/27/14 05:02:48 PM
#77673   Never said he wouldn't WANT to do it RealDutch 11/27/14 04:56:42 PM
#77672   it's not that Solomon doesn't want to challe08 11/27/14 04:46:23 PM
#77671   Well he told us what he is prioritizing challe08 11/27/14 04:33:11 PM
#77670   You are simply wrong, Challe. RealDutch 11/27/14 04:29:43 PM
#77669   Special trading hours on Friday for the stock market. tomatotom 11/27/14 04:23:07 PM
#77668   It will be interesting to see what he MaterialMind 11/27/14 04:22:17 PM
#77667   Give me a break. All you have is challe08 11/27/14 04:15:35 PM
#77665   and you also have another 219 people backing you..... RealDutch 11/27/14 03:43:11 PM
#77664   The only thing that makes sense, is to challe08 11/27/14 03:37:22 PM
#77663   What you actually say is that you don't RealDutch 11/27/14 03:26:40 PM
#77662   Since the abattoir will double and the MF Fat Tony 11/27/14 03:15:50 PM
#77661   To put it in simple terms, I don't challe08 11/27/14 03:09:58 PM
#77660   I have reliable information that contradicts what you RealDutch 11/27/14 03:04:15 PM
#77659   Yeah, I figured any big news would have come Viking John 11/27/14 02:57:30 PM
#77658   If you care to read my answer to challe08 11/27/14 02:55:21 PM
#77657   VJ There will probably not be any news today. snow 11/27/14 02:45:27 PM
#77656   No, Challe. The topic discussed was the Shanghai RealDutch 11/27/14 02:42:00 PM
#77655   You are correct that it is considered a challe08 11/27/14 02:30:07 PM
#77654   Using TA and news together... Viking John 11/27/14 02:24:50 PM
#77653   they will prioritize building 5 WC like the RealDutch 11/27/14 02:21:39 PM
#77652   Sure, you seems to be the only one challe08 11/27/14 02:13:01 PM
#77651   Well... Orreborren 11/27/14 02:12:18 PM
#77650   Challe, I don't even know what you're saying. RealDutch 11/27/14 02:00:02 PM
#77649   75% of nothing is still nothing. hehe RealDutch 11/27/14 01:57:23 PM
#77648   Then how does he know that it's very challe08 11/27/14 01:56:54 PM
#77647   I think you should use 75% stake in challe08 11/27/14 01:55:14 PM
#77646   re. paying the 75% stake in WC1 . RealDutch 11/27/14 01:46:33 PM
#77645   I think you should use 75% stake in Orreborren 11/27/14 01:37:55 PM
#77644   That's the one I was referring to in viking86 11/27/14 01:16:42 PM
#77643   Haha atleast you´ve got a sence of humour :-) stolpen 11/27/14 01:13:19 PM
#77642   Quote: Solomon answered this one, I'm pretty sure of, andgus 11/27/14 01:08:19 PM
#77641   I agree VJ, getting the story out to emptyone 11/27/14 12:56:01 PM
#77640   RD, you'd better increase our stake in SJAP Orreborren 11/27/14 12:43:51 PM
#77639   I donot think Solomon shares that view based viking86 11/27/14 12:43:35 PM
#77638   Of course!! but just look at the price Viking John 11/27/14 12:41:27 PM
#77637   it just makes more sense for Siaf to RealDutch 11/27/14 12:33:12 PM
#77636   Since the abattoir will double and the MF viking86 11/27/14 12:25:42 PM
#77635   estimating 2016 about one year from now will RealDutch 11/27/14 12:14:14 PM
#77634   I've got no wish to destroy Christmas for stolpen 11/27/14 12:14:04 PM
#77633   curious how the Pareto conference went, anyone have info?? emptyone 11/27/14 12:08:30 PM
#77632   There is also value added meats, bones, imports, Fat Tony 11/27/14 12:06:43 PM
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