VTR Bio-tech builds on its expertise in enzyme technology

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VTR Bio-tech will focus on bioengineering and promote the improvement of animal husbandry enzymes.

Guangdong-based VTR Bio-tech, will integrate its feed enzyme business with the industrial enzyme R&D and production business of sister company, Hunan Hongying Biotechnology Co Ltd.

This will allow VTR to focus on bioengineering and help its customers with innovative, modern biotechnology solutions.

In order to improve the company’s product system and better meet the different needs of industry customers, based on many years of accumulated experience in products in the agricultural and animal husbandry sector and integrating the advantageous resources of the subsidiary

Hunan Hongying Biotechnology is one of China’s largest exporters of enzyme preparations with annual sales of more than USD 46 million.

The company has many international certifications including ISO, Kosher, and MUI. With one academician workstation, two provincial R&D centers, and more than ten other scientific and technological innovation projects, the company has obtained 88 Chinese and foreign patents for inventions and been involved in the formulation of six national standards for enzyme preparations.

VTR Bio-tech celebrates its 30th anniversary this year

Over the past three decades the company has expanded its business scale rapidly and continued to improve its brand reputation. VTR owns 26 holding companies and more than 2,500 employees, including nearly 400 R&D personnel, more than 30% are doctoral and graduate students.

VTR has 15 modern production bases in Guangdong, Hunan, Henan and Inner Mongolia, and a marketing base in more than 60 countries and regions at home and abroad. It has set up long-term partnership with more than 2,300 high-quality customers include Cargill, New Hope, CP Group, CJ, etc.

The company says it will continue to focus on bioengineering and promote the improvement of agriculture, animal husbandry and industrial enzymes.

“Guided by customer value, we aim to ensure food safety, promote human low-carbon life, empower traditional industries with biotechnology, construct green circular economy and promote industrial sustainable development,” said a spokesperson.