Pathogen control specialist Anitox has appointed Dr Dachni Riantika as country manager for Indonesia.
Dr Riantika previously worked for DSM Nutritional Products in Indonesia as a Business Manager. She has many years of experience in the industry and is a qualified veterinarian and graduate of Bogor Agricultural University. Her main role will be to spearhead sales and marketing operations throughout Indonesia, providing expert technical advice and support.
The Asia Pacific region has been a key area of growth for Anitox in recent years. It opened a new office in Malaysia in the last quarter of 2014 and a base in Indonesia is soon to be confirmed.
"I'm delighted to be joining Anitox," says Dr Riantika. "Its emphasis on research and development means that my customers can produce feed more efficiently and create critical control points in their production processes. By removing feed-borne pathogens from rations we can improve feed conversion and growth rates and eliminate feed as a possible vehicle for pathogenic contamination."
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