BioMar has China in their hands

Alan Xiaoqing Qian, General Manager BioMar-Tongwei

The BioMar-Tongwei Joint Venture partnership has now begun commercial production of aqua feeds in their new factory based in Wuxi, China.

The new facility has already proven to deliver high and consistent quality making it possible to transfer production of high-end aqua feeds for China that were previously produced in Denmark.

The green field factory in Wuxi was announced as a strategic and important growth initiative back in 2016, to bring BioMar production knowledge from high-end species into the Chinese market. Together with the existing factory in the south of China, the new factory is going to service a wide range of species all over China.

BioMar Group CEO Carlos Diaz was delighted with the new opening:

\’We are very happy with this important next step to expand our activities. We have established a good business in China through a combination of local production and imported products. We are serving traditional customers as well as customers striving to bring new value propositions to retailers and end consumers. The Wuxi factory will allow new possibilities for customers with advanced product requirements through all production life stages.

\’We have experienced an incredible dedication from employees in our JV, as well as from the supporting project team. During the corona-crisis, we have managed to find new ways of collaborating and bringing people together across the globe, exchanging process knowledge, formulation experience and innovation ideas. It has been amazing to witness, how we can work closely together, while at a distance, and obtain such high product quality. I envision a “New Normal” in terms of global collaboration, when we open up borders and countries.\’

During the commissioning phase of the new Wuxi factory, BioMar has been able to achieve product nutritional values and physical quality comparable to the standards seen in high-performing, well established aqua feed factories. Key customers have started to place orders in the new factory for products previously delivered from Denmark:

The General Manager of Bio-Mar Tongwei, Alan Xiaoqing Qian, also welcomed the launch of the new facility:

\’After some delays in the construction of the factory, we are extremely happy to have come through an uncomplicated commissioning phase, where we obtained a consistently high nutritional and physical quality. Feeds for sturgeon, rainbow trout, Californian sea bass and large yellow croaker are ready for the market. We have agreed with our customers, that we will start moving some orders from the BioMar factory in Denmark to now be produced in China\’.


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