World Dairy Industry Conference opens in Inner Mongolia
Updated: August 5, 2023


The opening ceremony of the World Dairy Industry Conference is held in Hohhot on Aug 4. [Photo provided to]

The opening ceremony of the World Dairy Industry Conference was held with great fanfare in Hohhot, capital city of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, on Aug 5.

With the theme of "promoting sustainable development of the world dairy industry in an innovative, cooperative, green and low-carbon path", the event invited guests from the top 10 global dairy companies, top 20 domestic dairy companies, well-known international dairy industry chain enterprises, industry associations, as well as academicians and experts, to discuss the global dairy industry's green and sustainable development strategies.


The inauguration ceremony of the National Center of Technology Innovation For Dairy Headquarters Building. [Photo provided to]

The conference aims to promote international collaboration and exchange ideas on innovative technologies, sustainable production practices, and environmental protection in the dairy industry. It provides a platform for industry leaders to share their experiences and discuss future trends and challenges.

During the event, various panel discussions, keynote speeches, and exhibitions will showcase advancements in dairy technology, sustainable farming practices, and the importance of environmental conservation. It is expected to foster cooperation and drive the dairy industry toward a more sustainable and eco-friendly direction.


Industry leaders, experts, and scholars gather to discuss the global agenda for green and sustainable development in the dairy industry. [Photo provided to]

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