Kiotechagil, which manufactures a range of products for the animal feed, grain and aquaculture industries, has successfully concluded new distribution agreements in Egypt, Indonesia and Vietnam, which would bring sales into new territories.
In Egypt, Kiotechagil has signed with Alboraq which has its headquarters in Mansoura in the centre of the Delta area and the main agricultural region of Egypt. Alboraq has recently opened a branch office in Cairo which is important for contact with government agencies and major corporations.
Salkil, Prefect, Oxistat and Sorbasafe are initially registered and will be followed by the registration of other Kiotechagil products.
In Indonesia, Jakarta-based Jebsen and Jebsen Chemicals will now handle the Kiotechagil range including Oxihold, Salkil, Moldstat, Sorbatox and Prefect. These have already received registration and other products currently going through the registration process are broadening the range further.
With poultry as the main meat source in Indonesia, Jebsen and Jebsen with offices in Jakarta and Surabaya are ideally placed to supply to the main production centres. They already distribute a wide range of internationally known products and have contracts with all of the main feedmill customers.
Khoa Hoang Nguyen has been appointed as Kiotechagil distributor for Vietnam and is based in Ho Chi Minh City, which is the centre for the majority of the feed mills and livestock production. They are a young company established only three years ago by a team of veterinarians.
Kiotechagil products including Bact-Acid, Prefect, Sorbatox, Mastercube, Aquacube Concentrate and Credence are already registered in this market.
"The appointments of these new distributors are an important step for Kiotechagil in further developing our international presence," said director Mike Rogers.
UK-based Kiotechagil manufactures a range of natural feed additives for the animal feed, grain and aquaculture industries. The company was formed following Kiotech International's acquisition of Agil at the end of 2006.