Animal nutrition company Biomin recently unveiled a new China-Austria Joint Laboratory of Animal Nutrition in Beijing, China, in cooperation with the Institute of Animal Sciences of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences.
The unveiling ceremony was attended by Kong Pingtao, deputy secretary-general of the Chinese Association of Animal Science & Veterinary Medicine; Jan Vanbrabant, chairman of executive board of Erber Group; the research and management team of Biomin China, and representatives of the Institute of Animal Sciences, including deputy director Zhang Junmin, associate researcher Zhou Lingyun, researcher Zhang Hongfu, associate researcher Chen Liang and assistant researcher Zhong Ruqing.
Jan Vanbrabant, chairman of the Erber Group executive board, said, “The new laboratory affords us the opportunity to further advance research in the fields of animal nutrition, mycotoxin detoxification and gut performance. This is a core focus of Biomin, and it contributes to the scientific innovation that Erber Group companies deliver to the food and feed industries throughout the world.”
“We are honored to unveil the China-Austria Joint Laboratory of Animal Nutrition with the Institute of Animal Sciences, and we look forward to the scientific knowledge and progress that it will bring to the sector,” Biomin China managing director Jack An added.
“There is a large amount of scientific research being conducted in China. With this joint laboratory, we are well positioned to connect to Biomin’s global research and development network and bring science-based solutions to customers,” noted Shu Guan, technical, research and marketing director of Biomin China.
Biomin is a part of Erber Group, a group of companies in the field of food and feed safety headquartered in Getzersdorf, Austria. Erber Group consists of Biomin, Romer Labs, Sanphar and EFB.