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Olmix Group welcomed the ‘group d’amitié France-Vietnam’ and the consulate of France in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

By July 23, 2019January 12th, 2024Olmix Group
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The French Delegation met with Olmix Group’s representatives on the occasion of the ‘Open and Strengthen the Relationship Between French and Vietnamese Businesses’ official program.

Last Friday, 19th July, Olmix Group had the great opportunity to welcome the French Parliament delegation in Vietnam, composed by the ‘Group d’Amitié France-Vietnam’ −Ms. Stéphanie DO (President), Ms. Michèle Peyron (Vice-president), Ms. Marguerite Deprez-Audebert (Vice-president), Ms. Madame Emmanuelle Fontaine-Domeizel (Vice-president) and Mr. Jean-Luc Reitzer− and the French Consulate of France −Mr. Vincent Floreani (General Consul of France), Mr. Laurent Chopiton (Economic Service)− as part of the official program to ‘Open and Strengthen the Relationship Between French and Vietnamese Businesses’.

French Parliament delegation with Olmix Group team in Vietnam

Welcomed by several Olmix Group’s representatives in Ho Chi Minh City, it was an excellent opportunity to talk about the Olmix’s global vision and the Vietnamese livestock industry and its perspectives of evolution, through a presentation delivered by Mr Trinh Quang Thanh, Olmix Asia Director:

Olmix Group aims to use marine algae as a new innovative and renewable resource. This philosophy remains the same in all countries in Asia where we are present. If we talk about Vietnam, Olmix Group’s products, using state of the art technologies, are in full compliance with the strategy for healthier livestock development of Vietnamese government. Thanks to the globalization of the company, we also get benefits from the European experience and, therefore, it will help to promote and boost the development of the domestic industry”.

The Olmix team and the French delegation, all together they also visited the company’s production facilities in the province of Bình Dương, which have been contributing to a healthier and antibiotic-free livestock market in Asia since 2017.