The measure could reshape the flow of grains into the world’s top corn and soybean buyer.
Jennifer Kuo was appointed as Chief Technology Development & Sustainability Officer to sharpen focus on the development of unique technologies in line with delivering industry-leading sustainability goals.
The new company will manufacture and distribute fish and shrimp aquafeeds as well as livestock feeds and pet food.
There is a considerable demand for quality feeds on the west coast and this initiative will help small and medium farmers.
The cooperation of leading domestic shrimp larvae hatcheries aims to diversify the supply of high-quality, high-yield larvae for shrimp farmers.
The company established a fourth division embracing activities in the Asian region, including Vietnam and China, and announced François Loubere as the new VP for Asia.
The new €24 million facility will have a capacity of 100,000 tons per year and is part of the company’s commitment to Vietnam and Southeast Asia.
Angel Yeast will establish a wholly-owned subsidiary in Singapore to promote its internationalization strategy and the development of the Asian Pacific market.
The $28.8 million project, to be built in Wenchang City, Hainan Province, aims to consolidate and expand the company’s market share in Hainan.
With this acquisition, BioMar takes another step to expand its global footprint within shrimp feed.
The company partnered with Chiang Mai University to fund the project and jointly develop the first smart farm for black soldier fly in Thailand.
The company plans to list Thai Union Feedmill Public Company Limited on the Stock Exchange of Thailand through an initial public offering.
The company invested in the Norwegian land-based fish farming company, Proximar, that will build a large-scale RAS salmon facility near Mount Fuji to meet the large demand for salmon in Japan.
The company continues to increase its footprint in aquaculture and announced a number of appointments in its Business Unit Aquaculture.
The company is introducing demonstration farms in Andhra Pradesh to move traditional rohu farmers to use pelleted feeds.
Delegates gathered at the site for a ceremony to mark the beginning of construction, which will deliver 20,000 tons of FeedKind® protein in its first phase.
Charoen Pokphand Group’s subsidiary will use iCell technology to produce SCPs, to be used in CP’s feed mills, from organic process wastewater discharged from CPF’s food plants.
The company plans to invest $28 million in a plant in South Vietnam to meet growing demand from livestock and aquaculture farmers.
The corporation established Marubeni Nisshin Feed Technology (Tianjin) Co., Ltd., the first fully-owned Japanese aquafeed manufacturer in China with an $8 million aquafeed facility.
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