DSM opens first animal nutrition & health plant in India

DSM opens first animal nutrition & health plant in India

11:44 AM, 7th June 2011
DSM opens first animal nutrition & health plant in India

KAISERAUGST, SWITZERLAND: DSM has opened its first animal nutrition & health premix plant in India. The new facility allows the company to directly provide high quality products as well as innovative solutions and concepts to its customers in the Indian subcontinent.

 

This enables DSM to capitalize on opportunities that arise from rapidly developing animal nutrition and health industries in one of the world’s key growth countries. India is emerging as a major livestock production centre, eg currently ranked 5th as a broiler producer as well as the world’s 4th largest egg producer. The new DSM plant is located in Ambernath, Mumbai. It will provide high quality, fully traceable, innovative and sustainably produced feed premixes under the brand name Rovimix.

 

“As a very important link in the food chain, feed premixes for animal nutrition & health are of great importance for ensuring food safety and nutrition to all. This investment aims at sustainable development in high growth economies. Targeting India’s large market, we continue to strengthen our footprint and support the country in accelerating the development of its animal nutrition & health industry,” said Antonio-Ruy Freire, President, Animal Nutrition & Health, DSM.

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