Barentz announces new partnership with Trans Globe

Trans Globe to be exclusive distributor in the Middle East.

October 24, 2023

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Barentz, a leading distributor of life science ingredients and specialty chemical solutions, recently announced that Trans Globe will be its exclusive distributor in the Middle East for the Animal Nutrition division within Barentz. The exciting new partnership is key in supporting the growth of its Animal Nutrition division, the company said.

Trans Globe, established in Atlanta, Georgia, is supported by a long history in international agribusiness development and trading. In its early stages, Trans Globe began as a global originator and exporter of agribusiness commodities and forestry product, progressing on to gradually expand into processing, packaging, and trading of both dry and frozen food items. Trans Globe’s global agribusiness origination, supply chain, and customer service abilities allow them to be an international leader with more than 25 years of experience.

The new partnership will allow Trans Globe to be the exclusive distributor of MegAnion (a anionic supplement for transitioning dry cows) and K-Carb Plus (a potassium supplement with the best handling for lactating dairy cows) for Barentz AN in Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Egypt.

“We are excited to partner with Trans Globe in the Middle East as both companies have an entrepreneurial spirit and desire to support and provide excellent service to our dairy customers globally.  We look forward to growing together in this region,” said Dari Brown, PhD, director of sales and technical services in Animal Nutrition at Barentz.

Barentz sources branded specialty ingredients from leading manufacturers worldwide and its ingredient experts provide value-added technical support which includes pre-mixing, blending, ingredient formulation, and ingredient testing from its state-of-the-art, customized formulation centers and application laboratories in EMEA, Americas, and Asia-Pacific.

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