CEBU CITY, PHILIPPINES — ADM expanded its operations on May 5 with the acquisition of a mill from South Sunrays Milling Corporation. The animal feed plant, located in Polomolok, South Cotabato, will enable ADM to meet demand in Asia for innovative, high-quality ingredient solutions for animal and feedstuffs. company.
“Around the world, ADM is expanding its ability to meet growing customer demand for high-quality, responsibly produced animal nutrition products, and we look forward to bringing our expertise and production capabilities even closer together. customers in the Philippines,” said Gerald Wilflingseder. , President of Animal Nutrition Asia Pacific at ADM. “This addition increases our regional production capacity, allowing us to enhance our wide range of industry-leading solutions to better meet the dynamic needs of our customers in a timely manner, while providing new opportunities to offer new product solutions to Philippines and throughout the region. .”
Along with ADM’s existing facilities in Cebu and Bulacan, the South Sunrays plant will support ADM’s growth plans in the Philippines, increasing its pet food, animal feed, aquaculture and of premix. The acquisition will also create 100 new jobs.
“We are excited to combine our global expertise with deep local knowledge to unlock greater value for our customers in the Philippines and across the region,” said Lorenzo Mapua, Managing Director of Animal Nutrition Philippines at ADM. “This acquisition will allow us to offer a wide range of high quality swine, poultry and water feed products for the backyard and commercial farm segments with our recognized brands such as Ultrapak, Evialis and Ocialis.”
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