Meet Perstorp at the Cereals - Mixed Feed - Veterinary exhibition in Moscow

16 January 2015

From January 27-29 we will be exhibiting at the Cereals – Mixed Feed – Veterinary exhibition in Moscow. You can find us at stand N A 335. We hope to see you there!

Last year’s Cereals – Mixed Feed – Veterinary exhibition – locally better known as Zerno Kombikorma - was visited by approximately 8,000 people. Visitors came from Moscow, St. Petersburg and eight federal districts of Russia. More and more international visitors find their way to this exhibition as people with a total of 36 different nationalities reportedly entered the fairground in 2014, including 8 CIS countries.

Visitors to Perstorp’s booth can receive in-depth information about mold inhibition, silage, gut health for farm animals and much more.

“The focus will be on further cementing the market position of our product ranges that use esterification for optimized results” states Oleg Bespalov, Sales Manager for the BU Feed & Food in Russia.

“Last year we introduced ProPhorce™ SR to the Russian market, which is our range of esterified butyric acid products that have a beneficial effect on the gut health of farm animals”, Bespalov continues. ”The same esterification technology that is used for ProPhorce™ SR to limit the smell of the product and to ensure delivery in the intestinal tract of the animal, is also used by ProSid™ MI 700. The esterification of propionic acid reduces corrosiveness and odor and ensures a longer lasting effect”.

For more information or to book a meeting, please contact Oleg Bespalov.

Learn more about Perstorp’s offer for feed & food here>>
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Contact
Oleg Bespalov
Oleg Bespalov
Area Sales Manager, Feed additives
+79163761120
Tony Toebak
Tony Toebak
Marketing Communications Manager
Feed & Food
+31 416 317 721
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