Alltech invites ILDEX Indonesia attendees to journey on the Pathway to Profits
[JAKARTA, Indonesia] – Global animal health and nutrition leader Alltech invited producers to embark on a journey to pathway to profits at this year’s ILDEX Indonesia. The company shared the latest developments in nutritional technology, focusing on On-Farm Solutions and showcased Alltech’s recent investments in aqua, algae, nutrigenomics and their renewed focus on Mycotoxin and Mineral Management.
“This year Alltech is focusing on the idea of a Pathway to Profit, exploring solutions that will reduce feed costs while at the same time, increase performance and profitability,” said Matthew Smith, Alltech director of Asia Pacific.
Alltech included an interactive display, technical talks from experts, games and quizzes. Technical advisors delivered presentations, answered questions and discussed Alltech solutions with attendees.
ILDEX Indonesia also gave Alltech the opportunity to launch the Asia Pacific Mycotoxin Management Program, a program that is revolutionizing the mycotoxin management battlefield.
Alltech speakers addressed topics in several ILDEX sponsored sessions. Dr. Nattawadee Jantasila, technical support for the Alltech Asia Pacific Mycotoxin Management Team, presented “The Three Pronged Approach to Mycotoxin Management.” Aziz Sacranie, technical director of poultry for Alltech discussed “Managing Layer Body Weight for Maximum Performance.”
The highlight of the week was recognition of two Indonesia students who won local and regional awards in the competition of the Alltech Young Scientist Award (AYS) global education support program. Alltech created AYS to promote research and discover talent among university students from around the world. Students are encouraged to join the company in the search for natural solutions in animal production, while also gaining valuable experience with a global leader in the industry.
Khoerotun Nisa from Agricultural University (IPB) won second place for the Asia-Pacific undergraduate competition and first place for Indonesia undergraduate competition. Moh Fikri Pomalingo from Hasanuddin University took second place in the Indonesia undergraduate competition.
“We were delighted to welcome some many customers, partners, Alltech friends at our booth at ILDEX Indonesia. Our ultimate objective is to work together with every stakeholder of our industry by being relevant and adding value,” said Hery Santoso, Alltech Indonesia business development manager.