Jul. 26, 2016
At the recent 60th CIPAC (Collaborative International Pesticides Analytical Council) meeting and the 15th FAO/WHO JMPS, held in Tokyo, the azoxystrobin technical of Jiangsu Sevencontinent Chemical Ltd passed the expert review, having been accredited to FAO/WHO standards for its superior quality. Much earlier, Jiangsu Sevencontinent Chemical Ltd had taken the lead several times to formulate a Chinese national standard and industry standard product.
The company believes in the importance of applying international standards, as it is very active in granting FAO/WHO accreditations. It also attaches importance to the establishment of a product standardization system and to the proper management of product quality, having produced a large amount of reserves, according to a GLP data report. The accreditation of azoxystrobin indicates its quality and originality.
Jiangsu is currently a triazole fungicide manufacturer, offering China's most complete range of products and managing its largest production operations. Its herbicide metribuzin is also a dominant product in the industry and currently ranks No.1 in Asia.
Focusing on an overall marketing concept, the company has endeavored to explore the international market via its efforts with independent registrations. So far, a total of 339 registrations have been obtained, 63% of which are formulations. In the meantime, a new mode of international marketing is being expedited to launch worldwide distribution operations.
In the future, the company will strengthen research and development of new technical and formulation products, while maintaining its leading market position with triazole products. Efforts will be made to extend registrations in the international market to establish a platform for Chinese agrochemicals to access the market. In the meantime, Jiangsu will continue its herbicide development and shape its new product benzothiostrobin to become an influential item on the market, forming a new source of growth for the company.