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A2 milk producer a2 Milk Company (a2MC) has nearly doubled its stake in Canterbury processor Synlait Milk.
Global businesses are looking to New Zealand for solutions to tough environmental challenges – especially agriculture, says Abbie Reynolds, executive director of the Sustainable Business Council.
Synlait is working with companies in Europe to bring technology to NZ which will significantly reduce methane in the rumen of animals, says Hamish Reid, director of sustainability and brand.
Synlait has seen a growing emphasis on issues of sustainability from premium customers worldwide, says chief executive John Penno.
The search is on for new suppliers for Synlait’s new factory at Pokeno, Waikato, opening to receive milk on June 1, 2019.
Fonterra executive Leon Clement has been appointed the new chief executive of independent milk processor Synlait.
Canterbury milk processor Synlait is supporting the Dairy Industry Restructuring Act 2001 (DIRA) review, announced by Minister of Agriculture Damien O’Connor.
Infant formula volumes remain the key driver of Canterbury-based Synlait Milk Ltd’s increasing profits, says managing director John Penno.
Independent dairy processor Synlait is to set up an R&D centre at Massey University, Palmerston North.