Animal feed business ‘excited’ by Indonesia growth

By Oscar Rousseau

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Glenn Ferriol of Nutriad said the business is excited by the Indonesian market
Glenn Ferriol of Nutriad said the business is excited by the Indonesian market

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Nutriad, a supplier of livestock feed additives, has ambitions to become to the go-to business for advice on the use of biochemicals in Indonesia’s animal protein industry.

At the recent Indolivestock trade show in Indonesia, which ran from 27-29 July 2016, Nutriad launched three mycotoxin deactivators – Toxy-Nil Dry, Toxy-Nil Plus and Unike Plus. All of the additives were strategically unveiled at the Indonesian trade show with the business eager to be become the country’s leader in mycotoxin management.

We are excited about the Indonesian market and at this show we work towards fulfilling our strategy of becoming the practical expert in mycotoxin management, [by] offering our services to poultry breeders, broilers, layers and cattle [businesses],​” said BK Chew, regional director of Asia-Pacific for Nutriad.

Indonesia​ has seen its fourth year of successive growth, with the economy expanding by 4.8% in 2015. The Asian Development Bank expects economic reform to help the economy grow by 5% this year.

Aiming for Asia

The rise in one of Asia’s most dynamic markets may have been one of many factors that attracted more than 12,000 visitors to the Indolivestock trade show. Nutriad was one of 350 exhibitors from 33 countries keen to showcase its portfolio to players in Asia’s meat industry.

To carve out a niche for the business in Indonesia’s mycotoxin​ management scene, Nutriad had launched the MyComan app to help meat producers manage mycotoxin risks.

Nutriad delivers animal feed additives to 80 countries and has four testing laboratories and five factories across Asia, Europe and South America.

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