Beijing, China July 2, 2014–Cytozyme Laboratories, Inc., recently signed on with five new partners in China and Korea to develop Cytozyme’s product portfolio in those countries. The new portfolios will include access to bioelicitors, bionutrients, and other specialty products manufactured by Cytozyme.
“By combining Cytozyme’s advanced technology and solutions with our expertise in crops, technology and the Asian market, both companies can achieve a win-win and support farmers for higher quality of produce and more yield,” said LuanJun Dong, General Manager of Jiayuan Agricultre in Hebei, China.
In July, Cytozyme met in Beijing with Jiayuan Agriculture and two other Chinese partners from key regions for agriculture in China, Jintai Commerce in Zhejiang Province and Jijifen in Yunnan Province. Two Korean partners, ENBIO and HanEarl Science, also joined the meetings.
For two days, the 19 attendees discussed product development strategies and differentiation, and agreed to launch several collaborations, including field trials on fruits, vegetables, specialty crops, and market research on target segments.
Through the partnerships, Cytozyme will provide farmers with customized nutritional solutions, while also helping its partners be recognized as reputable, reliable and trustworthy by distribution networks and leading farmers in their territories.
“The existing and new partnerships between Cytozyme and our partners in North East Asia will ultimately lead to our farmer’s success,” said Roger Tripathi, Managing Director for Marketing & Sales at Cytozyme. “Together, we will produce higher quality sustainable nutritional solutions to our end users in a more efficient way.”
By strengthening its distribution networks with new and existing key partners in major markets in North East Asia, Cytozyme also establishes its access to this market and furthers its ability to deliver advanced sustainable nutritional solutions globally.
“The mutual agreement on product development in the North East Asian market, with our strong distribution partners, will give Cytozyme another big leap in our expansion in this region,” said Eric Baughman, CEO of Cytozyme. “I am looking forward to these relationships.”###
For over 40-years, Cytozyme has been committed to feed the world responsibly by delivering high performance, proven soil-to-shelf crop solutions using innovative technology and rigorous quality controls. Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, Cytozyme is trusted by progressive growers around the world. Feet-on-the-farm expertise is provided through its industry-respected leadership, a global network of in-country expert managers and select retail distributors. For more information, visit: www.cytozyme.com.