Lallemand Animal Nutrition has established offices in Józefów, Poland, for direct sales of its range of microbial-based animal nutrition and well-being solutions, forage inoculants and animal environment products. Maciej Piękniewski is the country manager for Poland and is supported by a growing team of technical, marketing and sales experts in ruminant, swine and poultry solutions.
“Lallemand Animal Nutrition’s solutions have been available in the Polish market for 15 years through distributors, but now I am proud to have such a great team in Poland. I am pleased to have a local team to directly support our customers, their needs and the collaborative effort of improving animal well-being and farmers’ income,” says Ivo Kopriva, Central Europe business area manager.
“Poland is one of the biggest agricultural markets in Europe for all animal species. Lallemand is very strong in cattle and swine nutrition and becoming an important player in the poultry market. Looking ahead to the potential in the Polish market, I am happy to have a passionate team in Poland, and I am aware that we have lots of challenges ahead, especially in globally uncertain circumstances. A volatile market, fluctuating prices of raw materials and a war uncertainty are the main factors that affect farm profitability. With our solutions and products, farmers can minimize losses and increase the profitability of their business. That is what convinced me that we, as a company, are going in the right direction,” Piękniewski says.
To increase its visibility in the Polish market, the company is launching its Polish website: https://lallemandanimalnutrition.com/pl/europe/
The full portfolio of Lallemand’s microbial solutions will be available in Poland, and the Polish website is a good opportunity to get product detail and read updates about local Lallemand Animal Nutrition news and events.
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