Novus International, Inc. announced today its establishment of a new blending plant in Singapore for animal feed supplements. This new feed specialties plant will also serve as a distribution hub for its Asia Pacific clients in industries including aquaculture, poultry, ruminant and pork.
The new blending plant will produce a Novus premium blend containing MINTREX® chelated trace minerals, ACTIVATE DA®, nutritional feed acid and CIBENZA DP100 respectively. The raw material addition, liquid addition and blending processes are all controlled to ensure precise product formulation.
The new plant covers 4,000 square meters with areas devoted for raw materials integrated manufacturing and distribution. The facility is also fully compliant with the Singapore regulatory authority (Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore).
"We understand that our customer needs vary based on their location in the world," explained Giovanni Gasperoni, Executive Vice President, Marketing and Sales, Novus International Inc. "Facilities like the one we are opening today in Singapore empowers our employees to support our customers with agility and in a way that brings genuine value to their business."
Novus International is deeply entrenched in Asia, with a variety of facilities including research centers, regional corporate offices and manufacturing facilities in locations including:
• Sydney and Melbourne, Australia
• Beijing and Shanghai, China
• Hyderabad, India
• Jakarta, Indonesia
• Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
• Seoul, South Korea
• Bangkok, Thailand
• Tokyo, Japan
• Taipei, Taiwan
• Manila, Philippines
• Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Novus's current products include amino acids, chelated trace minerals, feed preservatives, and other nutrition and health products for the animal agriculture, companion animal, human and industrial markets. Key areas of focus include helping customers increase the supply of animal protein to meet global demands, sustainable agriculture practices, use of local by-products, food safety, animal welfare and animal health and nutrition.