ABCA will be meeting Korean livestock producers and showcasing its yeast derivative products and Sugar Beet Pulp at KISTOCK 2013, taking place in Daegu, Korea from September 25th until the 28th.
Building on this success, we have extended our product range to include yeast derivatives proven to be highly beneficial to animal health and performance in a wide range of livestock sectors, including pig, poultry, aqua, beef and dairy. We believe that KISTOCK offers an excellent platform for us to engage with the Korean livestock industry and introduce our extended product portfolio.”
Headquartered in China and part of AB Agri, the agricultural division of Associated British Foods (ABF) plc, ABCA draws on a wealth of experience and expertise from across the supply chain to improve the utilisation of food and drink co-products and deliver nutritional solutions to livestock and feed companies. ABCA products supplied by food businesses within the ABF group are produced to food grade standards and certified to FEMAS and ISO quality and safety management systems. ABCA sells its products directly to large corporations and through distributors in major markets across Asia and sees growing potential in the region, especially in Korea.
James Charteris-Hough, Managing Director, ABCA explains, “As competition for raw materials becomes more acute, domestic livestock producers in Korea need to differentiate from imported goods through improving production efficiency and distributing safe, high-quality products. Improving productivity whilst reducing production costs and the environmental impact of production requires innovation: this is where ABCA’s products and expertise offer a very attractive solution,” said Mr Charteris-Hough.
Newly developed and existing products will be on show at the company’s stand (#B093 in the feed category area, Hall 3), where visitors can receive information about ABCA products ABCA representatives will also be on hand to answer questions and discuss the unique product features.
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