125 Years of Agro Experience
"To meet your expectations we apply our family values everyday for your benefit."
Impextraco was set up in 1971 on a pedigree of 125 years of expertise in the feed industry through the agro-industrial Vanden Avenne family.
Ever since Zeno Vanden Avenne pioneered in 1889 in the grain business, the family rapidly expanded into feed production. Today, the Vanden Avenne name stands for a cluster of independent companies, specialised in feed and food chain activities such as grain trading, storage and transshipment, animal nutrition, meat and food production as well as biofuels.
With the acquisition of Impextraco by Marc and Yves Vanden Avenne in 1987, the family ventured into the field of micro ingredients. Their agribusiness knowhow and entrepreneurial spirit complemented the Impextraco team.
This driven Impextraco team was able to set a remarkable track record resulting in successful product ranges such as POWER-PROTEXION® and XTRA-PERFORMANCE®. Consequently, they expanded globally, opening foreign branches in Brazil, Mexico, China and Thailand with sales in over 90 countries worldwide.
Impextraco customers fully benefit from family values and traditions such as personal involvement and devotion, mutual respect, innovation and reliability. The feed industry is expected yet to face many challenges. As such it is important we safeguard the ethos of a family business marked by a long-term investment horizon and an outstanding record of employee and business partner relations.
125 YEARS AT YOUR SERVICE
We will continue to live up to these expectations and nurture our family values to your benefit.
- 18891st generation: Zeno Vanden Avenne starts trade in grain and fertilizers.19302nd generation: Start animal feed production with first mill in Ooigem.19583rd generation: Start of first full–automatic computerised feed production in Belgium.
- 1960Start of Eurosilo-GGT in the port of Ghent: storage and transshipment company.
- 1986Marc and Yves sell their shares in Vanden Avenne feed mill.
- Marc and Yves acquire Impextraco, specialised in micro-ingredients and additives for the animal feed.
Their agribusiness knowhow and entrepreneurial spirit complement the Impextraco team. Thanks to a customer oriented approach Impextraco grows as a globally respected producer and supplier of micro ingredients for feeds.
- 1987Purchase of Impextraco feed ingredients in january, purchase of Goorden functional food ingredients.1989Impextraco purchases first production facility “VRIESCO”.1990Purchase of technology for Choline Chloride production in East Germany.1991Creation of our Chinese presence.
- 1996Creation of Impextraco Latin America in Curitiba Brasil.1997Purchase of actual Impextraco production facilities near Port of Antwerp.1997Start of Calcium propionate production.
- 1998Launch of Power Protexion Division, innovative products to protect feed and animal itself.
Creation of 2 pillars of product excellence PP and XP.
- 2000Grand opening of Impextraco’s new production factory.2004First opening of representative office in Singapore to serve SE Asia.2006Creation of Impextraco Mexico.2007Confirmation of Chinese presence with opening of representative office.
- 2011Creation of Impextraco Thailand.
- 2012New container blenders to ensure contamination free production such as anticoccidial drugs, antibiotics and growth promotors.
- 2013Full automatic production line2014Opening of Impextraco West-Africa in Lagos, Nigeria.
The intestinal Health Scientific Interest Group (IHSIG) organized its 5th Symposium on Poultry Intestinal Health at the Royal Bangkok Sports Club at October, 11th – 12th.
I am a pig farmer in Queensland and I use Elitox® routinely in sow and weaning diets to help manage the challenges that mycotoxins can cause.
It is also used on an “as needs” basis in further rations if raw materials are deemed to present a higher risk. Use in sows is to optimize both fertility of sows and liveability of young pigs. We have been previously contended with lesions and discoloration of ears, feet and tails in weaning pigs. We attributed this to mycotoxins.