Entering the US calf milk replacer market
In September we talked to Denkavit about a deal that gave it entry to the US milk replacer market.
The Dutch group acquired the US subsidiary of Canadian company, Grober. The US is one of the largest milk-producing countries in the world with great market potential, said the Dutch player.
“The US market is one that is not accessible from Europe, you have import duties to pay if you want to import milk replacers into the US market. We have been analyzing that market for a couple of years now, and we concluded that if we were to have a position in the US market, we would need to have a production unit there," said commercial director of Denkavit, Henk Botter.
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