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Wilbur Ellis Australia Feed Division

Business TypeTrading Company
Main MarketsNorth America South America Western Europe Eastern Europe Ea
Product/ServiceAnimal Protein Meals, Feed Ingredients, Petfood Ingredients
Business Owner
Employees51 - 100 People
RegionAustralia

Company Introduction

Wilbur Ellis Australia Feed Division is always keen to explore the opportunity to work together for feed business with reputable companies. Our business is growing and we are always looking for new opportunities to expand even further. To learn more about our company please visit our web site to learn more.
To promote and expand our business in the Asian region, our company will hold a stand at the VIV Asia trade show in Bangkok 7-9 March and if you, or other representatives from your company are planning to visit would be very pleased to meet with you.
Our booth will be in Hall 2 reference K052.
The Australian Manager, Chris McDowell will be on the stand wi the two Managers from our USA offices. One handles our global fishmeal business and the other handles our grain business including dried distillers grains (DDGs) . I am sure that you will gain a great deal of information from calling by our booth for a discussion.
If you would like us to do so, we can send you an invitation which will assist you with your registration, and save delays at the door.
The theme of VIV Asia, Bangkok is FROM FEED TO MEAT, so there will be a wide range of animal feed exhibitors through to food processors attending. For further information about VIV Asia please visit the show website

Contact Information

Contact PersonMs. Mary Gruessing
Telephone61-7-33525816
Fax Number61-7-33568588
Website
Post Code4053
Address3 / 32 Windorah Street, Stafford, Qld, Australia
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