Beingmate signs Cooperation Agreements with Musgrave and Easy2Go

CORK, Ireland, Aug. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Between August 10th-14th, Beingmate, China's most famous infant food company signed two agreements with Musgrave and Easy2Go, respectively, during Chinese government officials' visit to Ireland.

The MOU between Beingmate and Musgrave is a joint effort on cooperation of their businesses in Ireland and China. Both parties are well-established firms in the industry and the signing ceremony was witnessed by government officials from both Ireland and China.

Musgrave is the oldest and largest grocery and food distribution business in Ireland and has served the people of Ireland for over 140 years.

Beingmate Signs MOU with Musgrave
Beingmate Signs MOU with Musgrave

"I'm delighted to witness the signing ceremony of this morning. I want to welcome as well, the delegation here from Hangzhou, China," said Lord Mayor of Cork Cllr. Tony Fitzgerald. "Wish you all a continued success in your partnerships and relationships."

Beingmate also signed an agreement with Easy2Go to collaborate on cross-border shipping services to help more families and babies get access to Beingmate's Creation+ baby formula products. Easy2Go is Europe's leading logistics service provider with a solid presence in the Greater China region and the ASEAN countries, and a global network stretching across six continents.

The two agreements will effectively help the companies achieve breakthroughs in the target areas in terms of business growth, as well as help more families enjoy better products and services.

Beingmate is one of the most well-known brands in China's infant product industry, with focuses on R&D, manufacture and sales of milk-based infant formula, baby food and family services. It's committed to providing consumers the highest quality baby food. In the last 25 years, Beingmate has been working closely with world's well-known companies, government agencies and research institutes. It has established 8 infant formula manufacturing plants globally, including Asian's largest and most automated factory, with a total annual capacity of 300,000 tons.


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