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The a2 Milk Company renews strategic arrangements with China State Farm

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The current strategic arrangements have been extended for a further three-year period from December 6, 2018. Pic: ©Getty Images/denizA
The current strategic arrangements have been extended for a further three-year period from December 6, 2018. Pic: ©Getty Images/denizA

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The a2 Milk Company has reaffirmed its strategic arrangements with China State Farm Holding Shanghai Co., Ltd. (CSFA Shanghai).

CSFA Shanghai has been the exclusive import agent and partner for the New Zealand company’s infant nutrition products into mainland China since launch in 2013 and has provided importation services, local market regulation consulting and product traceability quality control for a2MC.

The current strategic arrangements between the two entities has been extended for a further three-year period from December 6, 2018.

Jayne Hrdlicka, managing director and CEO of a2MC, said, “This important relationship with the very well respected China State Farm Holding Shanghai has been growing for several years and we continue to value their very strong support of our China business with their deep local knowledge, capability and relationships within the China market.

“Today signals a continuation of a very successful working relationship and partnership between the two entities.”

Zhao Qing Yong, general manager of CSFA Shanghai said, “China State Farm is delighted and honored to continue our relationship and partnership with a company that has achieved such unique success in the China market, as together we bring the very high quality infant nutrition to Chinese consumers. This renewal signals the strength of our long-term partnership and we look forward to the future with great excitement.”

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