Dutch Lady Milk Industry In Malaysia

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A.)Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad Introduction: Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad (Dutch Lady Malaysia) is a manufacturer and supplier of quality dairy and infant nutrition products in Malaysia. The company’s factory is located in Petaling Jay.It was the first Malaysian dairy company to use Ultra-High Temperature (UHT) processing and packaging to produce milk in the country. The products range under the company consists of consumer milk, milk in powder and concentrated form, dairy drinks, yoghurts, desserts, cream, coffee creamers, baby and infant food, cheese, butter and ingredients. The brands of company include Campina, Chocomel, Dutch Lady, Frisian Flag, FriescheVlag, Fruttis, Optimel, Optiwell, Puddis, Pöttyös, Fruttis, ,Frico and Nutrifeed…show more content…
In 1975, the company changed its name to Dutch Baby Milk Industries (Malaya) Berhad and again to Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad in year 2000. In 1983, it starts manufacture and introducessterilized milk which produced and sold in plastic bottles. The company then continued produce chilled milk products in 1986, and fruit yoghurt and growing up milk in 1988. In 2008, due to the merger between FrieslandFoods and Campina, Dutch Lady Malaysia is currently a subsidiary of Royal FrieslandCampina (a Dutch multinational corporation and one of the largest milk companies in the worldthat produces and markets natural, nutritious and high-quality dairy products and ingredients) In 2011, Dutch Lady Malaysia was reported as the market share leader in the growing up milk segment – with the Dutch Lady brand holding 40% of national market share. Besides,Dutch Lady Malaysia was reported to be on track to achieve its RM1 billion sales target for 2013. B.) Fraser and Neave, Limited (F&N)…show more content…
History: In 1883, two enterprising young men (founders of F&N), John Fraser and David Neave, diversify their printing business to pioneer the aerated water business in Singapore. In 1931, the company was formed a joint venture with Holland’s Heineken and Archipelago Breweryto venture into the brewing business. Tiger Beer and Anchor Beer was start produce and introduce to the market. In 1936, F&N acquired the Singapore, Malaya and Brunei franchise rights for Coca-Cola drinks. In 1999, F&N purchased a 20% stake in Time Publishing before taking majority control of the company ,with the entire acquisition costing around S$570 million.This put F&N into the printing, publishing, retail bookstore, sales and distribution, education, internet and conference organisation businesses.

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