10-10-2017 VIETNAM | Binh Duong
Olmix Group has opened its first factory in Asia to further strengthen its presence and implement its development strategy all over the continent. Starting its production from 1st November 2017, the factory will be providing approximately 15,000 tons of animal feed additives and nutraceuticals for feed mills and farms per year.
On Tuesday, 10th October, Olmix Group officially opened the first additives factory in the province of Bình Dương, Vietnam. On this major occasion, Olmix hosted a Grand Opening Ceremony, attended by more than 300 guests from more than 15 nationalities, including representatives from the French government, CCIFV, the Vietnamese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, BDIZA, the Vietnamese Feed Association, the Vietnamese Livestock Association, Taiwan Feed Ass. & Fwusow, Nong Lam University and the Vietnamese Animal Science Institute, along with the system of Olmix's customers and distributors/dealers throughout the Asian continent.
Olmix President & CEO"The opening of this factory is a milestone in the Olmix Group development in Asia. Our goal is clear: a better service with greater flexibility for our Asian customers”.
Deputy Director of the Department of Livestock Production (MARD)“This event is very important for the Vietnamese feed industry. I am sure we will get benefits from the European experience and, therefore, it will help to promote and boost the development of the domestic industry”.
DBIZA“Olmix Asialand has chosen the Bình Dương area to settle down and develop its business and activities. I do wish Olmix to develop and succeed in Vietnam, I am sure it will!”.
French Ambassador“The Vietnamese Government has the hard roadmap to ban on the use of antibiotics in preventive in livestock animal and aquaculture feed. Olmix group’s products, using state of the art technologies are in full compliance with the strategy for healthier livestock development of Vietnamese government".
Olmix Asia Director"The factory will be starting with 5,000 metric tons of feed additives per year (equivalent to 5 million tons of feeds per year) and we could potentially expand to a second phase up to 15,000 tons per year. The technology transferred from Olmix France and his know-how on the algae technology will contribute to increasing the Asian livestock productivity and to reducing the production costs”.