On Tuesday 23 April, a delegation from the Hailing District Government visited the FreshTeq China partners to kick-off a special project. In this project, Chinese authorities, HX and the Dutch business development and innovation consortium FreshTeq China will invest together to accelerate the development of new generation of fresh food production chains in China.
Tuesday morning the delegation visited Koppert Biological Systems. Where they were accompanied by the Mayor of Lansingerland, who expressed its support to the innovative character of the FreshTeq China consortium. This organization aims at developing international horticulture and sharing the well-known Dutch agri-food expertise abroad. During their visit, board member Peter Maes, and also chairman of the Freshteq China Foundation, gave a presentation on producing healthy food.
The Hailing District Government of Taizhou and HX, the Sino-Dutch agro project development company, signed an investment cooperation framework agreement recently. HX has chosen FreshTeq China as its partner to realize 42 hectare of high-tech greenhouses at the Hailing Modern Agricultural Industry Park in Hailing, Taizhou. HX will also realise a future agricultural theme park, a precision agricultural planting area, the Holland countryside windmill village and a Holland style leisure street. After completion, the people of Hailing can enjoy the Dutch scenery, enjoy the Dutch atmosphere and enjoy tulips and Dutch vegetable salads. "The investors’ goal is to build the Sino-Dutch Precision Agro-Economic Park project in Taizhou into a 4S store in China, which is the first of its kind in China”, a representative of the delegation said.