All news articles for January 2019

The sale is expected to boost Axéréal's global malt footprint.

Cargill sells malt business to Axéréal

By Beth Newhart

French grain cooperative Axéréal will acquire Cargill’s malt business under the Axéréal malt subsidiary Boortmalt, affecting 15 global facilities and more than 500 people.

Retail sales volumes of all key dairy categories have declined in the US since 2017, excluding natural cheese. Pic: ©GettyImages/sergeyryzhov

Tight margins and bad weather affected 2018 global milk production

By Beth Newhart

Rabobank has published its Dairy Q4 Quarterly report, which states the US saw just 1% growth in milk production in 2018, the lowest year-on-year (YOY) growth since 2013. Milk production was also down in the EU and Australia last year, but rose in New...

Singapore’s biggest dairy manufacturer is Malaysia Dairy Industries. Pic: ©Getty Images/ronniechua

Dairy innovator first to introduce cattle successfully to tropics

Paving of Singapore’s original dairy farm takes away chunk of pioneering past

By Richard Whitehead

When last September United Engineers lodged a winning tender worth S368.8m, it signaled that some of the land that was once the world’s most successful tropical dairy farm will soon be paved over to make way for new housing.

Wulftec end-of-line packaging machines. Photo; Wulftec YouTube.

Duravant expands end-of-line packaging portfolio

By Jenny Eagle

Duravant equipment and automation provider to the food processing, packaging and material handling sectors, has acquired Wulftec International to expand its integration and automation portfolio.