A 12-member high-powered business/investor delegation from dairy and poultry sectors from Netherlands will be visiting Sri Lanka in end-November 2016.
The Netherlands Export Combination (NEC) in association with the Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands in Sri Lanka and Ceylon Chamber of Commerce (CCC) will be organising a seminar on ‘Innovative Technological Solutions in Agriculture from the Netherlands’, followed by business-to-business meetings on November 28, 2016, at Cinnamon Grand Colombo. These high-powered dairy sector delegates are interested in setting up joint ventures and also partnering for possible trade opportunities in supplying quality cattle, consultancy services, after-sales services for dairy sector, raw milk cooling solutions such as solar coolers for small-scale dairy farmers and technology transfers to track around the clock performance of individual cows and herds.
They are also interested in setting up an education and training centre for development of agro industry, water, urban green and land management, agro business and green technology, horticulture and veterinary nursing, in addition to setting up milk collection centres in Sri Lanka. The poultry sector delegates are interested in processing poultry, building state-of-art poultry processing plants and promotion of range of poultry farm equipment such as feeding, drinking ventilation systems, climate analysing systems for poultry houses, rendering systems to convert beef, pork, poultry and fish slaughter waste into a range of byproducts, such as meal, tallow, poultry oil, blood meal, etc. The dairy sector participating companies include C. van’t Riet Dairy Technology, Firma Dekker, European Livestock, Hunland, KUHN-Geldrop BV, Mueller, NEDAP and Wellant College. Amongst the delegates from the poultry sector are Agromax, Mavitec, Meyn and PasReform.
Companies interested in attending the seminar should register before November 22, 2016. For further details contact the Business Information Division of the CCC on Tel. 2329143, 5588869, 5588854 and 5588892 or E-mail –[email protected]
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