Kemin invests in China to become basic in enzyme ingredients


Partnership with CRVAB Bio-technology in Chifeng gives Kemin enhanced fermentation and production capacities

Kemin regional headquarters in Zhuhai, a coastal city in the south of China. Photo as seen on Facebook

Iowa-based Kemin Industries has teamed up with Chinese CRVAB Bio-technology to further expand the global reach for Kemin in enzyme production.CRAVB is an R&D specialist company with production capacity in animal nutrition and health products.

Headquartered in Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, the partnership will give Kemin access to fermentation and production capabilities to directly control its production of enzymes, provide customers with higher quality solutions and greater consistency in enzyme products.

"With this investment, we will be able to better serve more customers in the global feed enzymes markets and will become basic in enzyme production," said Dr Chris Nelson, President and CEO of Kemin Industries.

"As a company founded on science and innovation to improve lives around the world, we are always searching for ways to create impact and this new partnership allows us to expand into areas like food and textile applications," he added.

Kemin, a global nutritional ingredients company, will have expanded resources for innovations in both single and blended enzymes as well as probiotic product pipelines as Kemin works on a new product portfolio to bring enzyme products to market.

"We are very excited to have Kemin as a trusted partner," said Peijun Wu, Chairman of CRVAB Bio-technology. This will significantly improve our capability and allow us to produce products meeting the highest international quality standards," Wu added.

CRAVB owns first-class producing department, comprehensive detection equipment,
advanced laboratory and standard factory

"As the feed and animal production industry continues to evolve, customers are searching more aggressively for innovations that add real value," said GS Ramesh, Kemin Global Group President, Animal Nutrition and Health.

Wu continued: "Kemin continues to be the key driver of product and technology innovations globally. This new partnership will further strengthen our capability to quickly scale up new innovations while maintaining our quality and safety standards for global regulatory requirements."

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Established in 1961, Kemin is a privately held, family-owned-and-operated company with more than 2,800 global employees and operations in 90 countries, including manufacturing facilities in Belgium, Brazil, China, India, Italy, Russia, San Marino, Singapore, South Africa and the United States.

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