Partner in Pet Food acquiring Doggy pet food company

Partner in Pet Food, based in Budapest, Hungary, announced the acquisition of Swedish pet food manufacturer Doggy and its brands Bozita, Bozita Robur and Doggy & Mjau from Lithuania-based investment company NDX Group.

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Partner in Pet Food, based in Budapest, Hungary, announced the acquisition of Swedish pet food manufacturer Doggy and its brands Bozita, Bozita Robur and Doggy & Mjau from Lithuania-based investment company NDX Group, reported Pet Worldwide.

Partner in Pet Food company data

From Petfood Industry’s Top Pet Food Companies Current Data:

From its base in Hungary, Partner in Pet Food is a European private-label pet food producer, supplying international and local retailers in 38 countries. The company makes a full value range of dry, wet and semi-moist cat and dog food, alucups, pouches and snacks from nine production facilities spanning four countries: the Netherlands, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, with an additional sales office in Poland.

Partner in Pet Food company milestones

2018 (June): International private-equity firm Cinven signs an agreement to acquire Partner in Pet Food Group. 2015 (April): Advent agrees to sell PPF to Pamplona Capital Management for an enterprise value of US$353 million. 2014: Sales up 5% from 2013, making 2014 a record sales year for the company. Total product volume is 416,806 metric tons. 2013 (November): PPF begins supplying Tesco's U.K. operations. 2013: PPF acquires the pet food division of Agro-Trust. 2012: A new factory in the Czech Republic opens, dedicated to producing pouches. 2011: Provimi sells Partner in Pet Food Group (PPF) to Advent International.

Partner in Pet Food brands include Propesko, PreVital, VitalBite, Nutrilove, Reno and Dax

Annual Revenue 2019

US$330,820,000

Production Plants 2019

9

Employees 2019

571

Doggy pet food company data

Doggy was Sweden's largest pet food producer, Doggy AB (formerly Lantmännen Doggy) also owns Lantmännen Bozita in Germany. The company markets both its own products and private-label products throughout Eastern and Western Europe.

Doggy milestones

2015: Lithuanian investment group NDX acquires Lantmännen Doggy. NDX is a part of a larger group with divisions and operations across 15 European countries.

Doggy brands include Mjau, Doggy, Bozita, Robur, VOV, Katty and Revir.

 

Annual Revenue 2019

US$62,550,000

Production Plants 2019

1

Total Facilities 2019

2

Employees 2019

160

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