Adisseo takes over Bayonne sulfur terminal in France

Transaction enables Adisseo to maximize supply of liquid sulfur, a key raw material in methionine synthesis.

Adisseo, a world leader in the production of nutritional supplements for cattle, pigs and poultry, has confirmed that as of July 1, it took over the IPBB sulfur terminal in Bayonne, France, including its import, export and sulfur smelting operations. The plant’s new operations manager will be Jean-Michel Gaulon.

This transaction with SOGEBI, industrial sites management in the Pyrenees-Atlantiques, will enable Adisseo to maximize its supply of liquid sulfur, the raw material involve

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