DSM revamps animal nutrition and health business

Table of Contents The three new business lines at the DSM animal nutrition and health division:Essential Products: This division covers the delivery of vital vitamins, premixes and carotenoids that form the essential makeup for healthy animal growth and development.Performance Solutions + BIOMIN: This business line combines cutting-edge competencies in feed […]

Following the successful acquisition of Biomin in 2020, the Dutch group says it is combining expert knowledge and science-based insights to offer an end-to-end portfolio that helps deliver sustainable animal farming solutions.

Ivo Lansbergen, president of animal nutrition and health at DSM, told us:

“Customers are the heart of focus at DSM, which is why it’s critical to understand and address their challenges. For these reasons, we are developing a more holistic approach to support them in improving their efficiencies using tailored solutions backed by three interrelated business lines: Essential Products, Performance Solutions + Biomin, and Precision Services.

“Our new approach will enable them to achieve optimal nutrition and get the most value from feed while anticipating, measuring and mitigating potential health and environmental issues.”

The three new business lines at the DSM animal nutrition and health division:

  • Essential Products: This division covers the delivery of vital vitamins, premixes and carotenoids that form the essential makeup for healthy animal growth and development.
  • Performance Solutions + BIOMIN: This business line combines cutting-edge competencies in feed enzymes, gut health, mycotoxin risk management and differentiated special nutrients.
  • Precision Services: This unit is focused on data analysis and advanced diagnostic tools to measure and pinpoint specific nutritional, health and environmental issues to tackle challenges and offer bespoke solutions.

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