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ADDCON continues growing in India:

India, which is one of the important markets in Asia, annually produces over 22 million tons of Poultry & Aqua Feed & thus is a very important market for Addcon.

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ADDCON participates at Physiology 2016

August, 2016 - Dublin, Ireland, extended a warm welcome to Addcon Technical Director Dr. Christian Lückstädt and other participants of Physiology 2016, a joint meeting of the American Physiological Society and The Physiological Society.

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ADDCON and Nutryplus bring a sustainable solution to the aquaculture industry of Mexico

Mexico is well known for its potential in different sectors of the agricultural industry. This North American country has an interesting biodiversity with all types of climates and it is rich in natural resources. Not to mention its size, population and location. All these given favorable conditions have made the country a great place for the aquaculture development, with both shrimp and tilapia production.

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ADDCON presents Feed portfolio in Pakistan

During a recent seminar tour in Pakistan, ADDCON and Ghazi Brothers strengthened their feed portfolio in the Pakistani market. The region is especially interested in feed and grain preservation, drinking water acidification as well as feed additives.

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FORMI NDF: Product launched after successful registration in Saudi Arabia

During recent customer visits in Saudi Arabia, ADDCON’s Regional Manager Asia Pacific, Dr. Anant Deshpande, Technical Director Dr. Christian Lückstädt and their local distributor ARTAT launched Formi NDF on the Saudi Arabian market.

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New CRM for South East Asia

ADDCON is proud to announce the appointment of Dr. Narin Yanil as its Customer Relations Manager for Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar & Bangladesh.

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ADDCON Additives made to conserve

Talk about conservation and the things that come to mind are the protection of endangered animal species, the preservation of resources by way of waste reduction, among other things. Similar principles guide ADDCON, whose name actually stands for for ADDitives for CONservation.

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