Sunday 17 June 2012
Improving animal feed
Anitox Corporation, a solutions provider to safer feed and food, has established a new subsidiary in China to develop and service the growing market there.
China has a rapidly-developing livestock production and feed manufacturing sector and the new subsidiary, Anitox Trading (Beijing) will distribute the range to meet those markets.
They include Termin-8R, the Anitox pathogen control programme for finished feed and raw materials, together with its Maxi-MilR milling efficiency programmes.
Feed production is a critical market in China, which is set to become the world’s leading country for feed production in the near future.
"The brisk growth in productivity and innovation in China’s livestock rearing and feed sectors makes it both an exciting and essential place to be.
We are looking forward to providing new and existing customers with our innovative range of award winning products" said Scott Faul, Regional Director for Anitox in Asia-Pacific.
Rising raw material costs mean that mills have to operate with greater efficiency in order to bring finished feed to their customers at a sustainable cost.
"At the same time, international retail food businesses are setting very high standards of food safety and hygiene, so meeting their requirements is vital."
"Reducing Salmonella in feed will be a key element in achieving these more stringent targets.
Anitox is at the forefront of the industry in terms of supplying products which provide safe feed to protect the health of livestock and consumers, which is why Termin-8R has such potential and Maxi-MilR offers considerable benefits for feed manufacturers."
Anitox Trading (Beijing) Limited will concentrate on increasing customer awareness of Maxi-MilR and Termin-8R, which is used to help ensure the safety of more than 32 million tonnes of feed and raw materials every year.
Source: Argentine Beef Packers S.A.
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