IMCD Opens Office in Vietnam

635772973338057710Buisnessmeeting.jpg

08 Sep 2015 --- IMCD N.V., a leading speciality chemicals and food ingredients distributor, opens an office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Vietnam joins IMCD’s expanding network of active countries within the Asia-Pacific region, namely Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines , Singapore and Thailand.

The office in Ho Chi Minh City will predominantly focus on the food & nutrition, personal care and plastics market sectors. This opening marks the latest of a succession of steps that IMCD has taken to build a stronghold in Asia-Pacific.

Albert Stevens, Vice President IMCD Asia commented on the development: “With an aim to apply its successful European business model to Asia-Pacific, IMCD has significantly strengthened its presence in the region over recent years. Now offering local presence through its office in Ho Chi Minh City, IMCD looks forward to developing the business in Vietnam for the future.”

To contact our editorial team please email us at editorial@cnsmedia.com

IMCD

Collapse

The best-in-class food and nutrition solutions and services – locally, by market segment and across territories.

By fully understanding your recipes, applications and processes, and thanks to our team of food technologists, we deliver outstanding value. This has enabled us to become a leading distributor of specialty food and nutrition ingredients in Europe, Africa and Asia-Pacific.

Our food and nutrition capabilities span all key market segments:

Bakery
Beverages
Confectionery
Dairy
Edible oils and fats
Fruits and vegetables
Nutrition
Savoury
Food ingredient manufacturers
Animal nutrition
 
Experience counts.

Using a rich and innovative portfolio, long-standing experience and market and application knowledge of over 100 technical and commercial experts, we formulate solutions to your specific market requirements.

Related Articles

Food Ingredients News

BI Nutraceuticals strengthens Canada presence with Brenntag partnership

15 Feb 2019 --- US-based ingredients supplier BI Nutraceuticals (BI) is partnering with food and nutrition experts Brenntag Canada Inc. to strengthen its reach in Canada. The partnership will allow Brenntag to widen its portfolio to include ingredients that are healthier, natural and on-trend, according to both companies.

Business News

IFF reports record-setting sales in “pivotal” Frutarom acquisition year

14 Feb 2019 --- International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. (IFF) has reported that net sales for the full year totaled US$4 billion, an increase of 17 percent from US$3.4 billion in 2017 driven by mid-single digit growth in both Taste and Scent and the contribution of sales related to Frutarom, the biggest acquisition in IFF’s history. For the year, pricing contributed approximately 2 percentage points to growth for both Taste and Scent.

Food Ingredients News

iFarm Project secures US$1m investment to boost its automated farming facilities

13 Feb 2019 --- Russian modular automated farms start-up iFarm Project has received a US$1m investment, which will be partly used to expand its reach and fund a pilot project in Europe.

Food Ingredients News

Insect extinction threat: “Agriculture must look at its own practices,” says agri-food exec

13 Feb 2019 --- The dramatic decline in insect populations must force the agricultural sector to look at its own practices, an executive an agri-food giant Olam International admits. Ironically, a sector that relies on insects for pollination is one of the greatest contributors to their decline. An imminent rethink is required, highlighted once again by a report published in the journal Biological Conservation this week.

Food Ingredients News

Tradin Organic extends organic cocoa project in Sierra Leone in favor of a transparent supply chain

13 Feb 2019 --- Tradin Organic is extending its presence in Sierra Leone by strengthening its sourcing team in Kenema, the country’s second largest city, and by setting up two new warehouses in Mondema and Ngandong. The organic ingredients supplier is aiming for a fully integrated supply chain, which is “aided by the remoteness of the chosen sourcing areas, making it suitable for organic production, because the risk of chemical contamination is low.”

More Articles