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Conference speaker: Australian dairy farmers must embrace change

Written by Wednesday, 02 March 2016 Published in News & Updates

SHEPPARTON, Australia – Born from dairy cooperatives in two small villages in India, Amul has grown to become the largest dairy producer in India by volume, collecting nearly 15 million liters of milk per day. This year, Amul will manufacture more than 3 million metric tons of dairy feed to keep up with demand for milk, making it the largest cattle feed producer in Asia. Read more...

FrieslandCampina's heady growth in Viet Nam

Written by Monday, 29 February 2016 Published in News & Updates

Since coming to Viet Nam 20 years ago FrieslandCampina has remained one of the country's leading dairy companies. Viet Nam News speaks with Arnoud van den Berg, managing director of FrieslandCampina Vietnam, about the company's business in the country and prospects for the Vietnamese dairy industry in an integrated world. Read more...

Dairy Prices to Stay Low: Murray Goulburn

Written by Monday, 29 February 2016 Published in News & Updates

Dairy co-operative Murray Goulburn expects an ongoing oversupply of milk will keep prices for global dairy commodities low in the near to medium term. Read more...

Milking it: Dairy entrepreneur changes the game

Written by Monday, 29 February 2016 Published in News & Updates

TAIPEI, Taiwan -- One rainy afternoon, I made my way past the winding alleys near Shuanglian traditional market, until I reached "Garage+" — a collaborative space for entrepreneurs to rent as offices for their business ventures. Read more...

Vinamilk strikes $12.5 million deal to export baby formula to Middle East

Written by Saturday, 27 February 2016 Published in News & Updates

Vietnam's biggest dairy company Vinamilk has closed a US$12.5 million deal to export baby formula to Middle Eastern countries, with shipments expected to increase by around 10 percent a year. Read more...

Dairy industry's woes a long way from over says New York-based analyst

Written by Thursday, 25 February 2016 Published in News & Updates

A series of "tectonic shifts" in the global dairy market are going to keep New Zealand export prices down for some time, a New York-based expert has told industry leaders. Read more...

NZ announces new dairy initiatives in Sri Lanka

Written by Thursday, 25 February 2016 Published in News & Updates

Prime Minister John Key launched two significant dairy development projects in Colombo this afternoon, aimed at supporting Sri Lankan dairy farmers and boosting New Zealand’s role in Sri Lanka’s dairy industry. Read more...

Trade counselors visit Vietnam’s largest dairy company

Written by Wednesday, 24 February 2016 Published in News & Updates

The Ministry of Industry and Trade’s mission led by deputy minister Nguyen Cam Tu together with 73 trade counselors and Vietnamese ambassadors visited the super milk plant of Vietnam Dairy Products Joint Stock Company (Vinamilk) in the southern province of Binh Duong on February 23, on occasion of their business trip to the Southern region. Read more...

Fonterra aims to double dairy sales

Written by Wednesday, 24 February 2016 Published in News & Updates

SHAH ALAM: Fonterra Brands (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd expects to double the volume of its dairy products’ sales this year, given a consistent growth in demand for its products here. Read more...