Brenntag invested in Ultra High Temperature (UHT) laboratory in Vietnam

Brenntag to invest in ultra high temperature laboratory in Vietnam

9:34 AM, 6th June 2014
Brenntag invested in Ultra High Temperature (UHT) laboratory

MULHEIM AN DER RUHR, GERMANY/HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM: Brenntag, the global market leader in chemical distribution, has invested in an Ultra High Temperature (UHT) laboratory scale production at its application laboratory in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, due to the growing demand for dairy and UHT products in the country. The UHT technology is suitable for dairy products such as fresh milk, recombined milk, fermented milk drinks, formulated dairy products as well as other applications such as cream, juice, soy milk, sauces, tea and coffee.

“The UHT technology enables us to provide more value added services to both customers and suppliers by reducing the product development and innovation time with pilot trials prior to full production. It further helps us to drive trends and concepts with proactive projects for new ingredients and also for a variety of ingredients from our portfolio with pilot scale prototype for customers to evaluate. The investment in the state-of-the-art equipment and Vietnam’s first such laboratory scale production, underlines Brenntag’s commitment as a solution provider in Vietnam and the Asia Pacific region for the Food & Beverage industry. It also supports the company’s strategic intent to add value and sustain excellence so as to be the preferred distributor for customers and suppliers in Asia Pacific,” said Henri Nejade, President and CEO, Brenntag Asia Pacific.

 

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