DSM acquires Unitech Industries

DSM acquires Unitech Industries

10:23 AM, 1st July 2013
DSM acquires Unitech Industries

HEERLEN, THE NETHERLAND: Royal DSM has acquired Unitech Industries Limited, a New Zealand based producer of nutritional products for both human and animal markets. Financial details are not disclosed. This acquisition fits in the strategy for DSM’s Nutrition cluster as Unitech adds to DSM’s already strong geographic footprint and value chain presence.

DSM will enhance this value proposition with its broad portfolio of micronutrients, science-based expertise, and customer relationships with multinational and regional infant nutrition and food customers. Unitech’s solution provider model will furthermore increase customer intimacy and loyalty.

“The acquisition of Unitech helps us to expand our value chain presence, geographical reach and customer base. As a leader in food ingredient premixes and blends, Unitech will allow us to deliver more value to our multinational, Oceania and Asia based customers,” said Rick Greubel, President, Nutritional Products Human Nutrition & Health, DSM.

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