Chairman of DFPCL Led a Delegation to KINGENTA

2018-08-08 back
On July 30, A delegation of five senior executives from DFPCL, a famous fertilizer enterprise in India, including Chairman Mehta, president of plant nutrition business Mahesh Kumar Girdhar, executive vice president of marketing and development strategy Naresh Dattatray Deshmukh, vice president of new product development Srikantha Mohare and vice president of special project department Nilesh Jadhav, visited KINGENTA Group (“KINGENTA”).
Accompanied by Zhai Jidong, vice president of KINGENTA and colleagues from the International Business Unit, the senior executives of DFPCL visited the R&D center, water-soluble fertilizer production workshop and compound fertilizer production workshop at the KINGENTA Headquarter in Linshu. They were amazed to see the strong scientific research strength, standardized production equipment and advanced production technology of KINGENTA.
On July 31, Vice President Zhai Jidong led the senior executives of DFPCL to the Kingfarm demonstration field and retail store in Tancheng, Shandong Province. Chairman Mehta of DFPCL showed a strong interest in the operation mode of Kingfarm. He expressed his hope that DFPCL could apply the advanced operation mode of KINGENTA to serve Indian agriculture and promote its sustainable development in the future.
In the afternoon, Chairman and President Wan Lianbu and CEO Bai Ying of KINGENTA warmly received the senior executives of DFPCL and joined the exchange meeting. Vice Presidents Hu Zhaoping and Zhai Jidong of KINGENTA as well as head of KINGENTA India Aditya also attended the meeting. Both sides had an in-depth exchange of views on the current situation of India’s agricultural development and the common businesses of the two enterprises. Mr. Mehta detailed the integrated approach to manufacturing and R&D of DFPCL as well as the company's initiatives to assume social responsibility by helping poor farmers increase their incomes. Learning about the adverse effects of India’s saline-alkali soil on the crops, Mr. Wan Lianbu revealed that KINGENTA’s ferland No. 1 was suitable for India’s soil conditions and that the two enterprises should strengthen technological exchanges and discussions based on the mutual common grounds. He also suggested that a special team be set up to promote cooperation in a pragmatic way so that China’s high-quality agricultural technology and advanced agricultural operating model would be able to serve Indian agriculture. This proposal was highly endorsed by the senior executives of DFPCL.
After the meeting Mr. Mehta cordially invited KINGENTA to dispatch a team to India for an inspection visit to DFPCL for further cooperation discussions. DFPCL’s visit has charted the course for international exchanges and cooperation between the two enterprises and will set an example for strengthening agricultural cooperation and academic exchanges between China and India.