Yili Group has announced it has become the dairy partner for the G20 Indonesia Summit.
This is Yili’s second collaboration with the G20 summit since the 2016 G20 Hangzhou Summit. Edi Prio Pambudi, Indonesia’s G20 Sherpa and Deputy Minister for International Economic Cooperation at the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs, recognised Yili’s strong support for the event as well as Yili’s high-quality dairy products that meet the strict standards of the G20 summit food supply.
Said Pan Gang, Chairman and President of Yili Group: “Global cooperation is essential for development. In partnership with the G20 Summit, Yili Group will continue to provide healthy products to global consumers, advocate for a healthy lifestyle, promote green and sustainable development, and contribute to global economic growth.”
The Yili Indonesia Dairy Production Base, which opened in December 2021, manufactures Joyday brand ice cream for the Indonesian and Southeast Asian markets. Upon completion of its second phase, the production base will become the country’s largest ice cream factory, with a daily production capacity of four million ice cream products. It will play a critical role in supporting the region’s economic development and prosperity. The production base adheres to strict international quality management standards and deploys an intelligent and digital manufacturing system. The products are made from well-chosen, high-quality raw materials and processed using cutting-edge technology.
On July 13, the company announced a new collaboration agreement with the G20 Committee to jointly support coral reef conservation in the Komodo National Park of Indonesia, covering reef restoration, beaches and underwater cleaning. The Komodo National Park is located at the centre of the Asia-Pacific Coral Triangle. The initiative will help to conserve global biodiversity while also providing long-term economic, social, and environmental benefits to the region. For more visit yili.com