Caldic acquires Sollaari in Finland

Caldic acquires Sollaari in Finland

7:34 AM, 11th January 2013
Caldic acquires Sollaari in Finland

ROTTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS: Caldic BV, distributor and producer of food ingredients and chemicals, has successfully completed the acquisition of Sollaari Oy in Finland, expanding its business in the Nordic and Baltic food ingredients markets. Caldic and Sollaari, suppliers of food ingredients, will integrate their activities enabling the company to offer a wider product portfolio and extend their range of value added services to its customers in the food, feed and pharma industries.

“This acquisition underlines our mission to be a leading, global, inspiring and reliable partner with innovative and effective ingredient solutions for the food industry. This strategic step will extend our expertise and network in the Nordic and Baltic markets. The acquisition will directly contribute to the results of Caldic and emphasizes our vision of thinking globally while acting locally,” said Olav van Caldenborgh, CEO, Caldic.

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