Danish Crown Secures 5-Year Distribution Agreement with Alibaba’s Win-Chain; Brazil’s JBS Secures MOU with Win-Chain

Even before the first pork chop based on Danish raw material has been cut and packaged at Danish Crown’s new processing facility in China, the ‘sold-out’ sign is going up…Full Article: Danish Crown Nov 2018 Key Points In November 2018, Danish Crown secured a CNY 2.5 billion (EUR 300 million) 5-year distribution agreement to supply

DAT-Schaub, Subsidiary of Danish Crown, Purchases Majority Stake in Shanghai Company

Danish Crown’s 4WD strategy specifically declares that DAT-Schaub must be a global market leader. To achieve this goal, additional capacity is required in the selecting and processing of natural casings from pigs and lambs…Full Article: Danish Crown Mar 2018 Key Points In March 2018, DAT-Schaub, a sausage-casing producer and subsidiary of Danish Crown, purchased a

Tulip Food, Subsidiary of Danish Crown, to Export Salami, Sausages, and Canned Pork Products to China

China has approved the import of Danish salami, frankfurter sausages and canned pork, top processor Danish Crown said this week, clearing the way for shipments of higher-value processed meat to the world’s top pork consumer…Full Article: South China Morning Post Feb 2018 Key Points In 2019, construction of Danish Crown’s meat processing factory in Pinghu,

Danish Biotech Company, Novozymes, Looks to Take Advantage of China’s Ethanol Push

Novozymes, the world’s largest producer of industrial enzymes, is upbeat on growth opportunities in China. The Denmark-based biotech giant will increase investment in China, including in production and customer-facing activities, as the company’s local business grows, according to Peder Holk Nielsen, president and chief executive officer of Novozymes, during a trip to Beijing Monday [18

Danish Food Products to Be Sold on China’s Kaola.com E-commerce Platform

China-based cross-border e-commerce platform kaola.com signed an agreement on Wednesday [13 September 2017] with Denmark’s supermarket chain Irma to bring Danish brands to the Chinese market through the platform. According to the agreement, Irma, a subsidiary of Coop Denmark A/S, will first sell its own coffee, chocolate, marmalade, personal care products and children’s clothing through