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New KCC Raises its Milk Prices

10th Apr 2017

At Ksh 43 per liter, New KCC has set the bar for raw milk prices, boosting earnings for its dairy farmers as it moves to shore up its raw milk intake Farmers supplying milk to the New KCC have a reason to smile after the processor increased its prices from Sh35 per litre to Sh43. New KCC will become the…Read More

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New KCC in billion-shilling modernization exercise

22nd Mar 2017

Over the next two years, New KCC will be upgrading its machinery in all of its processing facilities as it sets its eyes on a growing local and regional demand for its milk and milk products. Milk processor New KCC is modernising its equipment at a cost of Sh1 billion in readiness for a foray into more foreign markets. On…Read More

DISTRIBUTORS WANTED!!

13th Oct 2016

  New KCC is looking to recruit distributors for its range of quality products across the country.  If you meet the requirements, we welcome you to take advantage of this opportunity to partner with Kenya’s oldest and largest dairy processor as you grow your business. For more details please visit the  downloads page or  click on Download File  

Adoption of Green Energy at New KCC

30th Sep 2016

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New KCC Sponsors Chemususu Dam Half Marathon

13th Sep 2016

New KCC are proud sponsors of the 3rd Annual Chemususu Dam Half Marathon on Saturday 17th September 2016 in Chemususu, Eldama Ravine, Baringo County. #twendeChemususunaKCC 

Milk

Government boost for New KCC modernization

12th Aug 2016

The government has set aside close to a billion shillings to modernize the New KCC as part of plans to make it a strategic milk processor. Read More from Citizen Digital

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New KCC Sponsors 88 Farmers for Tour to Boost Production

11th Jul 2016

New KCC has sponsored 88 of its farmers for a one-week study tour in Israel to learn modern technology in the dairy industry with a view to increasing yields. Read More from the Daily Nation

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New KCC eyes global market in expansion plan

12th Feb 2016

The New Kenya Co-operative Creameries (KCC) has embarked on a plan to modernise its operations as it seeks to expand its business. The New KCC Managing Director Mr Nixon Sigey said the firm is eyeing a share of the global market for its processed dairy products. “The volumes of milk have increased from 5 billion to 5.4 billion litres in…Read More

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New KCC privatization plan is on, says Kenya Dairy Board

03rd Feb 2016

Kenya Dairy Board chairman Matu Wamae has said the government’s plan to privatise the New KCC and revert it to the dairy farmers is on course. He said the milk processor is currently 100 per cent owned by the State after it was revived. Mr Wamae said soon, dairy farmers who are shareholders will own the company. He was speaking…Read More

Farmers

Farmers want Sh1bn New KCC debt paid

03rd Feb 2016

DAIRY farmers in Rift Valley want the government to pay the Sh1.2 billion owed to them by the New Kenya Co-operative Creameries. Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago says the debt has accrued over 17 years. “Two months ago, President Uhuru Kenyatta promised the money would be paid. We are asking that it is done as soon as possible,” he said.…Read More

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New KCC partners with Safaricom in Lipa na M-Pesa Rollout

23rd Nov 2015

Safaricom has announced a new partnership with dairy processor New KCC that will see the roll out of a Kshs. 55.7 million cashless solution aimed at increasing business efficiency and addressing the risks involved in cash handling. The new system will among other things allow for order processing, access to real time reports on deliveries as well as creation of…Read More

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New KCC upgrades long-life milk plants to cash in on market glut

12th Nov 2015

New KCC is upgrading its milk dryers ahead of the expected glut to convert deliveries into powder and other long life products for domestic and export market. The milk volumes at the state-owned firm are expected to double in the coming days due to the ongoing rains in major milk producing zones, which has led to improved forage in the…Read More