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Fons Togtema, a founder member and former head of sales in the Swiss Hochdorf baby care division, made the decision to change his professional direction within the Hochdorf Group.
Like a pantomime villain, 2016 is being defeated and off it goes into the sunset at the end of the week. Good things did occur, but the loss of many notables made this year a particularly painful one. Never mind. There is always 2017 and much to look forward to.
Milk supply from dairy export regions has fallen sharply, by 2.6m tonnes in the second half of 2016, with milk volumes from Oceania and Europe severely challenged, according to agricultural bank Rabobank’s Dairy Quarterly Q4 2016 report.
Bank of China has signed an agreement with Fonterra consistent with both organisations’ on-going commitment to building New Zealand business interests in China.
GEA has been awarded a contract by Mataura Valley Milk Limited to construct a nutritional powders plant in McNab on the south island of New Zealand.
It is a measure of the stress the agricultural and dairy industries have been under during the past two years, when I witnessed a dustup between EU Agriculture Minister Phil Hogan and Hochland’s CEO Peter Stahl at the European Dairy Association’s Annual Congress in Nice, France.
Valio has started exporting lactose free milk powders meant for the consumer market in China, making its products the first lactose free milk powders on the market.
Fonterra has welcomed New Zealand prime minister John Key’s announcement at APEC of the launch of China NZ free trade agrement (FTA) upgrade negotiations.
The trade in dairy products has suffered a number of massive blows in the last three years and is set to continue face headwinds going forward, according to Kevin Bellamy, global dairy strategist at Rabobank.
Ornua, an exporter of Irish dairy products, is further expanding its German business, with the commencement of a €10 million extension of its production facility in Neukirchen-Vluyn, Dusseldorf.
Scott Wotherspoon, CEO of The a2 Milk Company, UK and China.
Dairy giant Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group is set to buy China Shengmu Organic Milk to expand in the high-end milk products market, according to China Daily.
GEA has installed a high performance spray dryer at Fonterra’s new milk powder plant in Lichfield, New Zealand.
The results of the IFCN Dairy Report 2016 have indicated substantially decreased costs for dairy farmers in 2015.