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November 4, 2011

 

China - Update on recent industry developments (week ended Nov 4, 2011)

 

 

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            Global Sweeteners acquires Changchun Dacheng Industrial Group
       
        Sinograin Oil, Beijing Grain join hands in Tianjin oil plant
           
            Mengniu opens 90,000-tonne milk processing plant in Shandong
             
            Sunsing establishes national hog breeding base in Shanghai
         
          Yili builds East China's largest cold drink production base in Zhejiang
           
  Zhengbang's 500,000-head integrated hog base breaks ground in Hubei  

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 

Global Sweeteners acquires Changchun Dacheng Industrial Group

 
Global Sweeteners Holdings Ltd recently acquired corn processor Changchun, Jilin-based Dacheng Industrial Group Co Ltd, a subsidiary of Global Bio-Chem Group.

The takeover, along with the company's new addition of a 300,000-tonne processing mill in Jinzhou, Liaoning province, will expand Global Sweeteners' corn processing capacity by 150%, from the current 600,000 tonnes
to 1.5 million tonnes

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Sinograin Oil, Beijing Grain join hands in Tianjin oil plant

 
Sinograin Oil has signed a cooperation agreement with Beijing Grain Group Co to jointly build a RMB1.5-billion oil processing plant and a 350,000-tonne warehouse in Tianjin Harbour.

The oil plant, which is set to process 1.5 million tonnes of soy and refine 450,000 tonnes of raw vegetable oils per year upon completion, will form an integral part of the grain security system being built in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region.

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Mengniu opens 90,000-tonne milk processing plant in Shandong

 
Mengniu Group completed the second phase of its 90,000-tonne low-temperature milk processing plant in Tai'an city, Shandong.

The facility, first constructed in July last year, will mainly produce pasteurised fresh milk as well as mid- and high-end yoghurt products through its 10 production lines, with an estimated operating income of RMB650 million per annum.

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Sunsing establishes national hog breeding base in Shanghai

    
Sunsing Livestock & Poultry Co Ltd recently commence construction on its RMB75-million breeder hog base in Pudong, Shanghai, listed as one of the 30 national core hog breeding centres in China. 

Scheduled to complete in 20 months, the 280-mu facility will include a 1,200-head GPS breeder hog farm capable of producing 20,000 pure breeder hogs and commercial hogs each year, as well as a 1,600-head parent-stock breeder hog unit, which is set to output 30,000 native dual-breed sows and commercial hogs annually. 

     
  

Yili builds East China's largest cold drink production base in Zhejiang

 
With a cost of RMB270 million, Yili Group has completed the first phase of its RMB500-million cold drink production base at Jinxi Economic Development Zone, Zhejiang's Jinhua city.

The facility will have an annual output capacity of 37,500 tonnes, making it the largest cold drink processing base in East China, with profits estimated at RMB300 million per year.

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Zhengbang's 500,000-head integrated hog base breaks ground in Hubei

      
Zhengbang Group has started work on a 500,000-head integrated hog base in Hong'an, Huanggang city of Hubei. The RMB800-million base, which operations span across breeder and commercial hog rearing, feed processing and traceability-enabled meat manufacturing, is expected to reap RMB2.5 billion in annual sales once production is in full swing.

 


 

 
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