Supply chain, compliance & proximity

 "Each order is rigorously controlled all the way up to the shipment and delivery to our clients."

WE CONDUCT BUSINESS YOUR WAY

We can think of three more reasons, apart from the price, why you should buy your ingredients from Impextraco: logistics, compliance and proximity. On the logistics side, our warehouses and production plants are located near the international ports of Antwerp, Bangkok and Paranaguá. From our hubs, your orders are swiftly shipped worldwide on a daily basis. From stock we can supply a wide range of feed ingredients and assure immediate processing of your orders.

All ingredients are being shipped in one container and billed on a single invoice, without you having to pre-finance your order. Our one stop and just in time approach allows you to simplify your administration and to reduce costly stocks of your own.

Compliance-wise, all ingredients are labeled in your language, following your specifications and local regulations. Full quality assurance and traceability complete the picture. As far as proximity is concerned, we are closer to you than you might think. Although our main production is located in Belgium, we dispose of a strong international presence through affiliation with local agents, partners and distributors. Furthermore we can rely on our own foreign branches, staffed by local people sharing your values and culture, and understanding your needs.

That’s why we are flexible to conduct business your way.

NEWS

  • 03/28/2017

    At VIV Asia 2017, Impextraco held an anticoccidial seminar for key customers and distributors from Bangladesh. Our keynote speaker, Dr. Maarten De Gussem from Vetworks, a world authority on coccidiosis in poultry delivered a full training on how to evaluate and manage coccidiosis.

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ARTICLES

  • 03/10/2015

    I am an owner of 100 miniature horses in Australia. For the last few summers  we have experienced a select few horses that exhibit stagger like symptoms. With a dominance of Perennial Ryegrass in our pasture and a history within the area, these horses were diagnosed with Perennial Ryegrass Toxicosis (PRGT), otherwise known as Ryegrass Staggers. 

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