Tate & Lyle has officially opened its new, upgraded Shanghai offices and Application Centre located in China’s Caohejing Hi-Tech Development Zone.
The new premises include leading-edge applications and technical service laboratories and pilot plant equipment for the production of food and beverage prototypes.
“Our investment to upgrade our Shanghai Application Centre is a clear demonstration of Tate & Lyle’s commitment to help food and beverage companies in China develop new and high quality products,” says Adam Richardson, Vice President and General Manager, Speciality Food Ingredients, Asia Pacific.
“Our new Application Centre will help us improve our understanding of the needs of the Asian consumer, and ensure we can deliver on our core objective of helping our customers launch consistently winning products,” says Ping Chen, R&D Director, Asia Pacific.
The new Centre is part of the company’s global network of Application and Technical Service Centres designed to leverage its global technical expertise to help meet local taste preferences and to deliver rapid response times.