October 02, 2015

02/10/2015: Delacon: Trust in the power of nature

http://issuu.com/gfmt/docs/mag1506_w1/72
First published in Milling and Grain, June 2015

Founded and grown as an Austrian family business, Delacon has been the pioneer and global leader in phytogenic feed additives for more than 27 years. The world’s most trusted provider of phytogenic solutions for livestock production, Delacon, offers a product portfolio that caters for swine, poultry and ruminants.

The vision of company founder Helmut Dedl to replace antibiotic growth promoters by phytogenic feed additives and thus to ensure sustainable, profitable life production and food safety, still applies to current CEO Markus Dedl as a guideline of corporate strategy.

The company’s headquarters and modern production facility is based in Steyregg, Austria. From there, Delacon’s products are exported to more than 50 countries worldwide. Delacon has a global team of 120 employees at 16 offices and cooperates with 50 distribution partners around the world. The team continues to grow from strength to strength with recent appointments in North America and the growth of the team in Austria.

Since the inception of the company in 1988, Delacon have exemplified a key commitment to their core values of sustainability, innovation and excellence. This has also been officially confirmed by the European Food Safety Authority who awarded the company the highest classification, the gold standard, in feed additive registration: the EU registration as zootechnical feed additive.

In addition to that, Delacon’s success has been recognised by various institutions - with the STEP award (2013), the Pegasus Gold trophy for export success (2012), the “Austria’s Leading Companies” award (2012), the Austrian Export award (2009) to name the most recent.

Read the magazine HERE.
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