August 20, 2013

20/08/2013: Engrain appoints new global accounts manager; India launches grain subsidy programme; Deyu outlines new strategy

Enzyme technology development company, Engrain has promoted its logistics specialist, Taylor McFall to sales manager of global accounts. With the promotion, McFall will be traveling from Manhattan, USA to Nairobi, Kenya.

Engrain believes that having an Engrain Manager on the ground will make it easier to serve local clients face to face. McFall will be responsible for logistics development, distribution, and inventory, and will also be working to solidify Engrain’s presence throughout the region.

The Indian government has launched a US$22 billion welfare scheme which will provide cheap food to hundreds of millions of people.

The minority government sidestepped the unruly parliament and resorted to an executive order to implement the programme.

"The union cabinet has approved the food security ordinance unanimously," KV Thomas, Indian food minister told New Delhi reporters.

Deyu Agriculture Corp recently announced it has outlined its new strategic direction. The Company will continue to focus on its core businesses in the farming and consumer markets. 

In terms of its agriculture business, Deyu intends to streamline its operations by reducing the number of partners involved within the value chain from farmer to end customer.

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An aerial of the Kenyan capital, Nairobi.
An aerial of the Kenyan capital, Nairobi. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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