Crystaltech is undergoing a restructuring process through the replacement of the main investor. The powerful Mongolian financial group joined the company which has vast experience in the food industry, gas production and road building. Mr. Tseden Baasan has been recently appointed as a CEO of Crystaltech company.
Crystaltech is a global investment company focused mainly on food industry. We offer international and private investment management, finacial services and consultation and provide global food ingredients distribution services through the exceptional logistic solutions and warehousing options.
As a client you will also have access to the breadth of personal, corporate and investment expertise.
Why are the food industry investments so perspective?
Satisfying the world’s food needs opens the door to investment throughout the value chain.
Food and agribusiness have a massive economic, social, and environmental footprint—the $5 trillion industry represents 10% of global consumer spending, 40% of employment, and 30% of greenhouse-gas emissions. Although sizable productivity improvements over the past 50 years have enabled an abundant food supply in many parts of the world, feeding the global population has reemerged as a critical issue. If current trends continue, by 2050, caloric demand will increase by 70%, and crop demand for human consumption and animal feed will increase by at least 100%.
Sensing an opportunity, strategic and financial investors are racing to capture value from technological innovation and discontinuities in food and agriculture. Since 2004, global investments in the food-and-agribusiness sector have grown threefold, to more than $100 billion in 2013, according to McKinsey analysis. Food-and-agribusiness companies on average have demonstrated higher total returns to shareholders (TRS) than many other sectors: the TRS of more than 100 publicly traded food-and-agribusiness companies around the world increased an average of 17% annually between 2004 and 2013, compared with 13% for energy and 10% for information technology.
However, finding the right investment opportunity is not easy. Food-and-agribusiness investing requires a deep understanding of specific crops, geographies, and complex value chains that encompass seeds and other inputs, production, processing, and retailing. Many of the relevant investment opportunities are in geographies unfamiliar to some investors, and their profitability rests not only on crop yields but also on how different parts of the value chain perform.
We are ready to be the one who can lead you through the difficulties of choosing the right way to make most successful investment in food and beverages industry.