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Swedencare expanding its operations in Ireland

Written by Robert McHugh, on 5th Dec 2018. Posted in General

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Swedencare AB announced today it has moved into new, larger premises in Waterford which it has redeveloped to more than double its capacity and expand its workforce presence in Waterford.

Swedencare AB acquired the NutriScience brand, product range and manufacturing facility in November 2016 from the Belgian owners Ecuphar.

NutriScience was originally an Irish set-up and owned business (since 1999) operating from its Waterford base. It offers a range of Equine and Companion Animal food supplement products, selling through the trade, retail pet and veterinary markets.  
  
Swedencare Group plan to further develop the Nutri-Science product lines in their worldwide distribution network as well as moving the production of their ProDen PlaqueOff️, a dental algae product, to the Irish manufacturing facility. 
  
Speaking today, CEO of Swedencare AB, Håkan Lagerberg said, "Our new Irish Production and Logistic Centre, which will send products all over the world, is an important piece to achieve Swedencare’s long term strategy of strong growth along with good profitability. With this new state-of-the-art production facility, we will be able to swiftly fill the demand of at least double the capacity than before. It is also satisfying to give our Irish colleagues a work environment that is compatible with their own top performance."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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