Chengdu, China, June 28, 2018] From June 28th to 30th, the “Ninth China Dairy Industry Conference and 2018 China Dairy Exhibition” was officially held in Chengdu. The New Zealand Trade Development Council once again joined hands with five New Zealand companies. The group appeared at the conference site. The New Zealand ambassador to China, Clare Fearnley, the New Zealand Consul General in Chengdu Alistair Crozier, and the New Zealand Commercial Counselor Liam Corkery are also on hand to share the knowledge and expertise of the livestock industry in New Zealand. Technology to help improve China's local dairy industry chain.
"China Dairy Industry Exhibition" is the largest, most influential and most cohesive national-level exhibition in China's dairy industry. As the benchmark of the dairy industry exhibition, the exhibition gathers domestic and foreign outstanding dairy-related companies and professions. The audience is an excellent platform for companies to show their brand strength. In 2017, it attracted more than 500 companies from all over the world. This year's event also covered dairy farming, equipment machinery, pasture construction, packaging equipment, dairy processing, and logistics. Product technology and service content in all aspects of the dairy industry's entire industry chain, such as transportation equipment, consumer trade, high-quality dairy products and integrated dairy services.
New Zealand is the world’s largest exporter of dairy products, with exports accounting for one third of the world’s dairy trade, and about 95% of New Zealand’s dairy products are exported, accounting for 29% of New Zealand’s total value of exports, and accounting for the total national economy. 3.5% of the value. In 2017, New Zealand exported more than 18.8 billion yuan to China's dairy products, ranking first in the market share of 55.07%, an increase of more than 50% year-on-year in 2016. As a global leader in animal husbandry, New Zealand also has a strong scientific research team, efficient animal husbandry management methods, strict food safety measures and a high-level food traceability system in addition to a pure natural environment, making New Zealand dairy products global in the dairy industry. Maintain the leading position.
Ms. Fu Enlai, New Zealand ambassador to China, said: “New Zealand companies have always attached great importance to Chinese consumers and partners in the Chinese market. We are proud of New Zealand’s dairy products and its industrial chain's technology and operations, and we also hope to work with global Excellent professionals share experiences and experiences. This exhibition is a great opportunity for New Zealand companies to showcase and collaborate with Chinese dairy companies. It is believed that this will bring many benefits to each other."