FrieslandCampina, the largest dairy company in the Netherlands, predicts that the number of dairy farmers in the Netherlands in 2030, one-third reduction in the number of cattle will decrease, but milk is not. This confirms a spokesman said, in response to a post about this in The 'Financieele Dagblad' (FD), in the run-up to the publication of the financial figures for the first half of the year.
as It turns out, Thursday, that the revenue of the zuivelconcern in the first half of the 2020s, in spite of the unprecedented market conditions remained broadly unchanged. The gains, however, came under pressure.
According to FrieslandCampina has something to do with the fact that more money can be earned with dairy products, which is a country to be consumed. Due to the lockdowns that was a big part of the way.
There was, however, more was sold for consumption in the home, but that did not prevent that the profit is significantly decreased, with nearly 40 percent of the time. "The sale of the profitable kindervoedingbusiness in hong Kong fell as a result of the closed border with China," says CEO, Harry Schumacher.
in view of the gloomy economic outlook, FrieslandCampina to further cut down and the production up. At the beginning of this month, the company announced a plant in Rijkevoort, in October, to a close. That's the cost of almost ninety jobs, as well.
at FrieslandCampina, showed, together with the Wageningen University & Research (WUR) to study the number of dairy farmers in the milk supply, now and in the future. On this basis, it is expected that the number of dairy farmers, with a 33 per cent drop, from fifteen thousand to tens of thousands, and the number of cows with a 10% drop, but the milk yield per cow, a 10% increase.