September 08, 2015

08/09/2015: Biomin opens new Panama plant

The new 3100+ ton production facility reflects expectations for growth across the Western hemisphere

Biomin has further expanded its global production network with the opening of a production plant in Panama. The inauguration marks the latest milestone in the firm’s local presence that stretches back nearly two decades. The new plant will allow for growth and quicker delivery to Biomin distributors and customers in new and existing markets throughout the Americas.    

    
http://www.biomin.net/en/home/

The plant produces Mycofix®, an innovative mycotoxin deactivating feed additive, with plans to produce PoultryStar®, a multi-species probiotic for poultry, in the future.

The site was planned with a long-term perspective and an expectation of growth in mind. It has an installed production capacity of 3120 tons per year based on one packaging station and a single shift. Its starting production goal is 6240 tons per year with two shifts. Maximum production capacity can reach 12,480 tons per year with the addition of a second packaging station.
    

http://www.biomin.net/en/home/

On August 20, 2015 Christian Seiwald, Chairman of Erber AG, and Esteban Giron, Vice Minister of Agricultural Development joined in the cutting of the ribbon inaugurating the plant in Panama alongside Biomin Managing Director, Marcelo Ribeiro, marking a momentous occasion for the company and the region.

“A strong, longstanding commitment to scientific research has allowed Biomin to deliver leading products in an ever-increasing number of markets across the globe,” commented Mr Seiwald.

Also in attendance were Ruben Beltran, Managing Director of Biomin USA along with 50 invited guests including key distributors and customers from throughout the region.


Visit the Biomin site HERE.
 

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