DKSH and Nutridor sign dairy products agreement in Cambodia

By Jim Cornall

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DKSH and Nutridor sign dairy products agreement in Cambodia

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DKSH Business Unit Consumer Goods, a market expansion services provider for fast moving consumer goods, and Nutridor Limited, have entered a new partnership to introduce Nutridor’s Abevia Gold sweetened beverage and evaporated creamers in Cambodia.

Asian company Nutridor is a 100% subsidiary of the TGI Group, an international investment and holding company from Nigeria.

DKSH Cambodia provides full services to Nutridor, from marketing and sales, merchandising, distribution and logistics to invoicing and cash collection across the country. Abevia creamers are products made in Malaysia.

Abevia Gold sweetened beverage creamer is low lactose and contains multi-vitamins and calcium, has no added starch, contains pure solid milk, and has no added artificial sweeteners.

Abevia evaporated creamer is made from pure cow’s milk and is a source of protein and vitamins A and D3.

Kwanchai Assanee, vice president, DKSH Business Unit Consumer Goods, Cambodia and Laos, said the deal is a good opportunity for DKSH to partner with Nutridor to fulfill the current market’s demand of premium brands at affordable prices.

“With our service capabilities, more than 60 years of experience in Cambodia and our excellent relationships with customers in all retail channels all over the country, we look forward to supporting the TGI Group in expanding the Nutridor brand,”​ Assanee said.

Soumik Dasgupta, sales and marketing director of Nutridor, said DKSH is the right channel partner to help establish and grow Nutridor’s products efficiently in the Cambodian market.

About DKSH Group

DKSH is a market expansion services provider with a focus on Asia. DKSH helps other companies and brands to grow their business in new or existing markets. With 825 business locations in 37 countries – 800 of them in Asia – and 31,970 specialized staff, DKSH generated net sales of CHF 11bn ($11.1bn) in 2017. 

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