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Hamlet Protein renews Asian partnership with Jebsen & Jessen ingredients

Denmark-headquartered Hamlet Protein announced the renewal of its partnership with Jebsen & Jessen Ingredients in Asia. The agreement covers Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and Malaysia. Hamlet Protein aspires to further grow its presence in Asia, building on the local network and market knowledge of Jebsen & Jessen Ingredients.

What has been happening?

“Hamlet Protein has been investing in Asia in recent months. We have added local technical and commercial resources to be closer to our customers. We are also working in selected markets on introducing our concepts into the poultry segment, building on years of experience and research in piglet and calf nutrition and health,” commented Hamlet Protein CEO Erik Visser.

While Covid-19 is affecting the animal protein supply chain across the region, African Swine Fever (ASF) continues to be the major reason for concern of hog producers that experience outbreaks in their commercial herds. Where large hog farming companies in China are cautiously restocking, in the Philippines ASF continues to spread within backyard farms on the islands of Luzon and Mindanao. In Vietnam 44 of 63 provinces declared themselves ASF free in Q1.

“These are challenging times for our industry. However we have a long term commitment to producers in Asia and are investing today to strengthen relationships like our partnership with Jebsen & Jessen and build new ones with customers across the region,” commented Erik Visser.

“We are pleased to continue our successful partnership with Hamlet Protein and look to the future with confidence,” concluded Siew Tin Lim, COO at Jebsen & Jessen Ingredients.


Hamlet Protein continues to focus on bringing its solutions for young animal nutrition and health to Asian customers. With a mix of distribution relationship and local staff operating from China, Vietnam, Philippines and Thailand, supported by global technical management, Hamlet Protein is able to understand local market dynamics and translate that into practical solutions for feed mills, premixers, integrators and farmers.

Hamlet Protein promotes health, welfare and performance of farm livestock through soy-based specialty proteins for young animal feed. Around the world, our products are known to deliver an efficient, high quality source of vegetable protein with a strong return on investment.

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Jebsen & Jessen Ingredients promotes and distributes chemical and life science ingredients for multiple industrial and manufacturing applications. We have more than 350 technical sales and customer service staff to connect technology from more than 100 supplier partners to 6,000 customers across ASEAN. Last year, we distributed over 160,000 tonnes of specialty chemicals and ingredients

In business for over 54 years, Jebsen & Jessen Ingredients operates six regional business lines: Coating & Resins, Plastic & Rubber, Performance Chemicals, Agribusiness, Food Ingredients, and Pharmaceutical, Personal & Home Care Ingredients with direct presence in nine countries, including ASEAN’s emerging markets Myanmar and Cambodia.

Want to learn more?

Our Animal Feed & Health team regularly partners with international technology partners, such as Hamlet Protein, to conduct tailored technical seminars. Get in touch with our experts and find out when the next event will be hosted near you.

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