October 10, 2004
After receiving significant damage during the recent tragedy at the Australian Embassy in Jakarta, Alltech Indonesia would like to announce the opening of a new facility. The new 125 square meter premises is located at: Mugi Griya Building 2nd Floor,Suite 203,Jl. M.T. Haryono Kav. 10,Jakarta 12810Indonesia The inauguration of the new facility will take place in an official opening on the 8th December and will be conducted by Chris King, General Manager of Alltech South Asia.
October 5, 2004
France's largest annual animal nutrition fair, SPACE, welcomed 110,650 visitors to Rennes this year, many of whom made a stop at the Alltech stand over the course of the four day event. Alltech President, Dr Lyons, and Aidan Connolly, Vice President Europe, joined Alltech staff from several European offices, reflecting the significant increase in foreign visitors to this event in recent years. While the majority of attendees were French, visitors from over 100 different countries also attended during 14-17 September.
September 24, 2004
Alltech held a grand opening ceremony last week for its new facility in Stellenbosch, South Africa. The agricultural minister of the Western Cape, Cobus Dowry, officially opened the facility; also in attendance were local dignitaries including the mayor of Stellenbosch and members of the local feed industry, including Alltech representatives from Nigeria, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, and Kenya.
September 10, 2004
Alltech, an international leader in the animal feed industry, recently participated in its inaugural Indonesian tradeshow - the Indo Livestock Trade Show (Jakarta - 24-26 August 2004).The company supplied two keynote speakers at the Indonesian Feed and Livestock Industry Seminar.
September 9, 2004
Alltech, the international animal feed company, is set to continue its aggressive global strategy with the search for a new, world-class, global production facility. The facility will be dedicated to Solid State Fermentation (SSF), which is the production of enzymes. These enzymes are used in animal feed to improve efficiencies and increase the profitability of the end product.