BASF increases vitamin A capacity at Ludwigshafen, Germany

BASF increases vitamin A capacity at Ludwigshafen, Germany

4:26 AM, 28th January 2015
BASF increases vitamin A capacity at Ludwigshafen, Germany

LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY: BASF increases its production capacities for vitamin A by 25 per cent. The company has expanded an existing plant in Ludwigshafen, Germany, which is part of BASF’s Citral Verbund. With this capacity extension, BASF reacted to the rising demand for its high-quality vitamin A products, as well as to the global market growth. Additional capacities are available immediately.

“With our vitamin portfolio, we are leaders in supply reliability and high quality: Our vitamin A stands out thanks to exceptional product stability and bio-availability.  This capacity increase shows our commitment to the growing vitamin A market,” said Dr Christopher Rieker, who heads BASF’s Animal Nutrition business.

 

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