On April 2016, Denmark and Indonesia signed a Memorandum of Understanding to enhance cooperation in the agribusiness sector. Now, in June 2016, it’s time to follow up on the contract according to Indonesian Ambassador to Denmark, Muhammad Ibnu Said in a news statement on behalf of the Indonesian Embassy in Copenhagen. He stated the importance to follow up on the agreement to be able to support it properly.
The Danish Agriculture and Food Council shares same interest as the Embassy in Copenhagen, and they are eager to enhance their mutual agribusiness cooperation. Therefore the Danish Agriculture and Food Council arranged a tour for the Indonesian Ambassador to milk processing center, Arla Slagelse Mejeri, to particularly focus in the area of dairy products. Arla is the largest cooperative-based company for dairy products in Denmark, and the Indonesian Ambassador was accompanied by an official of the embassys economic wing on his visit to Arla Slagelse Mejeri. The visit aimed to introduce major dairy products,
The visit arranged by the DFAC is aimed at introducing major dairy products, besides providing the public with latest information. Established in the 1880s, Arla food company has developed into a dairy product company which holds 80 percent share of export market in Denmark. The company has so far exported its products to many countries, including those in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. The Danish Agriculture and Food Council are keen to enhance the Memorandum of Understanding, and both countries are working to strengthen the contract with educational company visits like this one to Arla milk processing center.
Sources: www.republika.co.id., www.antaranews.com