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On December 8 and 9, a Dairy Expert Roundtable Meeting on “Competitive Dairy Value Chains in Southeast Asia” was held in Muak Lek, Thailand. In this regional meeting, participants from six ...

On December 8 and 9, a Dairy Expert Roundtable Meeting on “Competitive Dairy Value Chains in Southeast Asia” was held in Muak Lek, Thailand. In this regional meeting, participants from six countries in Southeast Asia discussed how the relatively small dairy value chains could be more competitive and sustainable.

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    • Foremost Thailand and Dairy SceneDecember 9th , 2010
    • FrieslandCampina As Royal FrieslandCampina we reach millions of peoplein more than one hundred countries around the world, with ourmilk products, cheese, butter and ingredients. We arefascinated by the power and potential of milk. We aim to helppeople to move forward by getting more out of milk. We havemore than 130 years of commitment to sustainable dairy. As aco-operative, we are a team and can depend on one another. 1
    • Our FACTEUR 8.2 billion annual revenue30+ well known brands21,000 employees in 100 production and sales locations in 27countries11.4 billion kilograms of milk processed16,000 member dairy farms, supplying 8.6 billion kilogramsof milk annuallyNumber 1 dairy co-operative in the world 2
    • Consumer brandsIngredientsProfessional brands 3
    • Friesland Foods Foremost (Thailand) PCL. Head Office: No. 388 6th Floor, S.P. Building Phaholyothin Rd., Samsennai, Phayathai, Bangkok Telephone: +662 620 1900 Fax: +662 273 0214 Foremost Dairies (Bangkok) Co., Ltd.Laksi Plant: No.99/30 Moo 2 Changwattana Rd., Thugsonghong, Laksi, Bangkok Telephone: +662 576 0030 Fax: +662 576 1408 Friesland Foods Foremost (Thailand) PCL. Samrong Plant: No. 89/2 Moo 8 Soi Watsuansom Phuchaosamingprai, Prapadaeng, Samutprakarn Telephone: +662 183 2793 or 183 2800 Fax: +662 183 2803 4
    • Company History Since 14th July; become Royal Friesland Launch Foremost SPARK Foods and Launched of Foremost Omeg3 Cultured Drinking Yoghurt Changed of company name to Friesland Foods Foremost 2009 Changed of % shares holding in June; Friesland (Thailand) PCL. 2008 Grand opening of International B.V.: 74.49%, Thai Nationals: 25.51% the new fresh milk Certified GMP by Thai FDA reception facility at Samrong Plant Become a public company 2005 2007 limited. Sold ice-cream business to 2006 Unilever, to focus on core 2004 Re-launched of Calcimex strength in milk products. 1997 1999 Implement WCOMProduct diversification with launch of Be the first dairy company who is certified ISOUHT Milk (Main Business: Ice-cream 22000: 2005 by SGS Thailand in NovemberMinor Business: Fresh dairy products) 1994 Launched of Calcimex Beautiva in August 1993Exports to Singapore, Withdrawal from The Stock Exchange of ThailandHong Kong, Taiwan, and Certified HACCP by SGS ThailandLaos, etc. 1992 1989 Distribution of ‘UHT 1984 Ovaltine’ in January. 1987 Launched UHT Drinking 1978 1980 Yoghurt ‘Yomost’1967Phranakorn Milk Manufactured of UHT ‘Ovaltine’ Joint venture with SandozIndustry Co., Ltd. Acquired Alaska Nutrition Ltd. by holding 20%100% Owned by Milk Industry Ltd. shares in Novartis NutritionCCF, SCM &EVM (Thailand) Ltd. 5
    • Thailand Fresh Milk Supply MOU 2010-11 Dec.09 =Average/day 2,525.11 3000 2,303 2,747 2800 2,128 2,017 2,068 2,154 2600 2,0002,040 2400 1,809 2200 1610 2000 1,425 1800 1,269 1600 1,124 1,198 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 U) O 19 19 19 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 (M 10 20 6
    • Country Fresh Milk Supply Pattern in 2009 Fresh milk volume pattern in 2009 2,600 2,500 2,400ton/day 2,300 2,200 2,100 2,000 1,900 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 7
    • THB16.50/kg 1/5/2009 Fresh Milk Price & Cost THB18.00/kg 1/8/2008( THB per kg.) THB17.00/kg THB 14.50/kg 7/10/201020 16/9/2007 1/3/199818 1/10/1992 1 /1/1996 THB 13.75/kg16 1/4/2007 14.5014 12.5012 9.25 10.5010 8.50 8 Pay 15.50-16.00 15.50- 6 during 2007-08 15.50-16.00 2007- 4 2 0 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 Cost MCC Factory 8
    • MOU 2010-11 (effective Oct,1 2010 – Sep,30 2011) Fresh milk ; (ton/day) Total Country 2,747.23 For School milk 1,343.66 (School milk budget=1,211.47) For Commercial 311.45 For Skimmed milk quota 1,092.12 9
    • Location of our fresh milk suppliers Lopburi Pattana nikom coop. 140 km. Saraburi Muaklek coop. 137 km. Lamphyaklang coop. 177 km. Midland 167 km. Klongsai Dairy 147 km. Thiankham Dairy 177 km. Ratchaburi SrakaewDamnoen saduak group 105 km. Wangnamyen coop. 260 km. Chantaburi Soidao coop. 300 km. 10
    • Our Products in Thailand 11