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Beijing, December 6th 2016 - Qlip became official partner of the Sino-Dutch Dairy Development Center. During the celebration ceremony of the 3rd anniversary of SDDDC in Beijing, Eric van Dam (Sales & Marketing Manager of Qlip) signed on behalf of Jan Bobbink (CEO of Qlip) a cooperation agreement. Working with the SDDDC Qlip gains access to an extensive dairy platform and network in China. This membership fits extremely well with Qlip’s long term international strategy to share Qlip’s dairy expertise with the Chinese dairy industry.
Leading in Dairy Quality Assurance
Qlip supports stakeholders in the international dairy chain, to secure and strengthen their prominent market positions by being a leading, reliable and committed partner in the area of food safety, quality assurance and sustainability.
Qlip is leading in Quality Assurance within the dairy industry, from grass to glass.
Qlip’s activities in range from Testing, Inspection and Certification in the dairy chain, from farm, factory till safe consumer products. Qlip is nationally and internationally recognized and accredited. Impartiality and quality of our services and products are assured through accreditation and regular inspections by the Dutch Accreditation Council.
Thanks to 30 years of experience, in-depth understanding of the dairy market, unique dairy knowledge, expertise and technology, Qlip has become known as a committed, innovative and leading partner. Together with our partners we build safe and sustainable integrated dairy chains. Qlip invest continuously in innovation, working on a variety of dairy projects to remain the leader and expert in dairy.
Sino-Dutch Dairy Development Center
The objective of the Sino-Dutch Dairy Development Centre is to bring together, inspire and share knowledge among stakeholders in the Chinese dairy sector. SDDDC is founded in 2013 by China Agricultural University, Wageningen UR and Royal FrieslandCampina N.V..
At present, China’s dairy market is facing major challenges. China is experiencing a rapidly growing demand for dairy products, but has limited availability of arable land. At the same time, the focus of the dairy sector is shifting from quantity expansion to quality improvement and profitability increase. That is why it is key to improve milk yield and milk quality. Besides, food quality and food safety have become important priorities for the Chinese government.
The Netherlands has over a century of experience in producing a large quantity of high quality milk on a limited area of farmland. The SDDDC is designed to share Dutch dairy expertise with Chinese experts and decision makers in order to improve production, safety and quality throughout the dairy chain in China.