November 24, 2004
Heriot-Watt University recently (November 20, 2004) conferred an Honorary Doctorate in Science on President and Founder of Alltech, Dr. Pearse Lyons. Dr. Lyons was awarded the degree in recognition for his outstanding achievements as a businessman who understands the value of science and innovation. His personal and corporate philosophy is based on taking pride and responsibility in the use of nature's resources and using those resources to provide global solutions for the animal feed industry.
November 23, 2004
The Alltech message at EuroTier, this year's largest European agricultural event held in Hanover, Germany, was 'Thinking globally, acting locally' and clearly demonstrated Alltech's commitment to satisfying the needs of the local market. Dr. Lyons, President and Aidan Connolly, Vice President, joined Alltech representatives from countries all around Europe, to promote their products and the company as a truly global player in the animal feed industry.
November 15, 2004
Alltech continue their global expansion and reinforce their commitment to the emerging Asia Pacific region with the announcement of additional members to its team. Dr. Sunil Yadav and Gautam Bhadra join Alltech India, Dr. Wong Won Hong joins Alltech Malaysia and Yaowaluck Yongsiri joins Alltech Thailand. Dr Sunil Yadav has been appointed as Business Development Manager for Alltech India. Yadav has a PhD in animal nutrition as well as 10 years of industry experience in the poultry and dairy business.
November 5, 2004
Dr. Pearse Lyons, president of the Kentucky headquartered company, Alltech, received an honorary doctorate from one of Ireland's leading universities on 3 November 2004. Dr. Lyons, who is Irish born, is a former student of the institute, where he received his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry in the 1960's. The day marked the start of the 150 year anniversary celebrations for University College Dublin, the largest college of the National University of Ireland.
October 26, 2004
Nutritionists and industry leaders joined forces to address ways to apply new mineral solutions to issues facing the animal health industry. This was the second of Alltech's new series of dedicated scientific seminars for the animal feed industry. The presentations challenged the attendees to redefine mineral nutrition to increase animal performance, productivity and profitability.