Noel Kim has been appointed managing director for Nutreco Asia and will oversee both the aquaculture business of Skretting and animal nutrition business of Trouw Nutrition.
The company has a line-of-sight for regional expansion including continued expansion in Vietnam and is preparing to build new facilities in markets such as Indonesia and Malaysia.
The agreement involves grain sourced by Bunge in Brazil and destined for several countries in Asia, where CPF produces and sells feed and food.
The move aims to boost production and reduce dependence on foreign supplies.
The companies plan to develop and expand gut health solutions globally including probiotics.
Located in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, the project comprises of a feed protein mill, a vegetable oil refining mill, and a high-end cooking oil production line.
The feed mill has a production capacity of 240,000 tons per year and is dedicated to producing pangasius feed.
The partnership solidifies the commitment to establish a sustainable and dependable supply chain for soybeans, soybean meal and soy products for Bangkok Produce Merchandising PCL (BKP) and Charoen Pokphand Foods PCL (CP Foods).
A state-of-the-art factory will be established in Bangkok area to produce 6,000 MT of black soldier fly larvae ingredients.
Bühler India will begin producing a wider variety of core product portfolios for the grain milling, food, feed, and advanced materials industries.
Inseact has been acquired in a 100% share sale.
After participating in a pilot project to produce aquafeeds in the country, Extru-Tech hosted the first Pakistan Extru-Tech Extruder Technology Seminar and Forum.
The company hosted a seminar at TARS in Bali that brought together about 80 online and onsite participants from all over Asia.
The new subsidiary will allow the company to respond to the growing demand for feed additives in the Gulf Cooperation Council states.
With an annual production capacity of 150,000 tons and an RMB 4.9 billion investment, the facility is expected to operate in 2027.
Meridian Biotech partnered with Kufos to test and produce SCPs for aquafeeds in India.
The model is an open platform that brings together key stakeholders of the industry, from farmers to hatcheries and suppliers of equipment and services.
The company partnered with Thai Sustainable Fisheries Roundtable to elevate the Gulf of Thailand fisheries to international standards.
The company appointed Lucky Seven Aqua as its distributor for shrimp feed in Puttalam District, Sri Lanka.
The company plans a reduced production in Singapore in Q4/2023 and for three months in H1/2024 due to expansion shutdowns.