A group of customers and distributors from Japan visited Kiotechagil’s Manton Wood production plant and attended a seminar hosted by Anpario Group chief executive David Bullen and director of biosecurity Murray Hyden. Murray focussed on the complexities of manufacturing acid products such as Bact-A-Cid and Salkil and the complex and effective quality assurance processes which are in place. The visitors were from Rokku Chemicals, Kiotechagil’s main sub –distributor in Japan and their key Japanese customers . The trip was organised in conjunction with Spencer Feeds, Kiotechagil’s primary distributor for Japan.
In a separate visit, Kiotechagil’s Spanish distributor Fatroiberica visited the Manton Wood production facility for an update on current and planned new products including Neutox, the company’s new broad spectrum toxin binder. Ian Cockshott, Kiotechagil’s sales manager for Europe and South America, said, “This proved to be a perfect opportunity to strengthen our cooperation. The difficult circumstances facing the region means that, more than ever, producers are focused on cost. We fully recognise the challenges our customers face and offer a range of technical solutions to maximise efficiency and genetic potential.”
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