RLF introduces its Products and Technical Services to Partners in Vietnam

With the establishment and development of the China-ASEAN Free Trade Area, China-Vietnam economic and trade cooperation is drawing closer, and agricultural cooperation is strengthening under the multi-layered cooperation strategies (such as the ‘Belt and Road initiatives).

On 15th December 2019, more than 70 members from the RLF Agricultural Mission arrived in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam to inspect Vietnamese agriculture. RLF’s Vietnam customer, Viet Nong Agriculture Material Joint Stock Company (known as Vinco) gave a warm welcome and reception to the Team.

About Vinco

It has provided products and services to agriculture since 2006. It is a reputed business leader in the supply of high-quality products. The company specialises in the import, sales and distribution of plant protection chemicals, fertilisers imported from corporations, and other internationally leading companies from Korea, China, Singapore, Japan, Germany, USA just to name a few. Currently it has more than 300 distributors in key areas with thousands of agency districts and commune levels, and has established distribution networks throughout the country. Technical staff of Vinco already advise clients on how to use solutions for plant protection to prevent pests, diseases, weeds, nutrient solutions increase sustainable crop productivity and efficiency results for the field and garden.

Mr. Nguyen Viet Nghia, CEO of Vinco welcomed the RLF Agricultural Mission and briefly introduced the agricultural scene in Vietnam. As a traditional farming country, agriculture plays an important role in the economic and social development of Vietnam. Vinco and RLF China enjoy a happy and cooperative relationship helping Vietnamese farmers to increase their incomes and promote the development of agriculture in Vietnam.

Inspection of the Durian Garden

Durian has the title of King of Fruit. Many members of the Agricultural Mission have a special interest in durian and visit a local durian garden. The durian tree had just bloomed and will not mature until June to July of 2020, however unlike the short growing time of tropical crops, the durian tree here takes 7 years to harvest. Some varieties need more than 10 years. According to the owner, this durian garden has used RLF products for many years with RLF Power PK having a significant effect on fruit swelling.