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MIAVIT opens new office in Kenya

German animal nutrition company, MIAVIT GmbH has now opened a new office and warehouse in Kenya to serve customers’ needs for quality nutritional products

Pressebild MIAVIT KeniaGintaras Grigisas, export director at MIAVIT GmbH, Rob Koster managing director Kenya, Faustine Wanjala, export area manager at MIAVIT Kenya and Franz Otten, sales director at MIAVIT GmbH. (Image source: MIAVIT)

Located in Nairobi, the new MIAVIT office and warehouse will ensure that the company’s products are available at all times for its Kenyan customers. A dedicated team of animal nutritionists and veterinarians are working in the East African market to give the customers technical advice and to share knowledge on animal nutrition and management.

Rob Koster is the company’s managing director in Kenya and Yga Jonker, the Country Manager for Kenya.

MIAVIT delivers a wide range of products in animal nutrition including feedstuffs, supplements, minerals and vitamins. The company strives to meet the needs of modern, environmentally friendly, economically viable animal nutrition. Some of the products the company has to offer are customised premixtures, specialty feedstuffs, liquids, feed supplements (vitamin E powder, choline chloride powder), pet food products, trace element mixtures for biogas plants and toll manufacturing (eg mineral feeds).

In view of the large number of different formulations produced, MIAVIT’s modern manufacturing facilities work with the requisite absolute precision throughout, starting from the precise metering of raw materials. Thanks to the direct integration of the ERP and production control systems, even last-minute changes to formulations can be immediately implemented in production. The products are continuously monitored by certified laboratories, and careful selection of raw materials and suppliers as well as a high degree of automation ensure consistently high quality.


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