Phytobiotics continues expansion

Phytobiotics opens Southeast Asia office in Bangkok, Thailand, to coordinate activities in the region.

Phytobiotics Feed Additives GmbH, a global leader in research, development and sales of quality feed additives for livestock and pets has established Phytobiotics South East Asia Ltd. with headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand. Phytobiotics already operates internationally outside its European base with offices in St. Louis, Mo.; Londrina, Brazil, and Beijing, China, along with a production site in Changsha.

Hermann Roth, president and chief executive officer of Phytobiotics, said, "We are already well established in many parts of Asia. Our natural product SANGROVIT is highly esteemed for its scientifically proven effect on animal well-being and a sound gut, which leads to better (feed conversion ratio) and faster growth combined with high quality meat. To be able to serve the growing market for intelligent feed additives in Asia, it was time to establish a third branch.”

Dr. Thawatchai Poolsawat, sales director Asia, is the manager of the new Thailand office and will be responsible for the expansion of Phytobiotics’ business activities in Southeast Asia.

The new Bangkok office will coordinate the business activities in Thailand, India, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan, Myanmar and Malaysia.

Phytobiotics offers feed additives and consultative services focused on intestinal health, stress reduction and the increased bioavailability of nutrients for animals. Phytobiotics also serves the bioenergy industry with technology and fermentation stimulants both at the farm and industry level in Europe and Asia. Phytobiotics is headquartered in Eltville, near Frankfurt, in Germany.

Phytobiotics runs area management branches and production sites in the U.S., Brazil, Thailand and China and maintains selling licenses with more than 45 international partners.

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