Following the recent release of its scientific article Marine algae to reduce the use of antibiotics in farming, Olmix Group has moved another step forward and presented the results of the publication at the Adebiotech-antibio 2016 Congress this week. The event attracted a large number of participants from different sectors and organizations.
On January the 4th, Olmix Group obtained the German QS-System Certification, which legally certifies that Olmix’s factory in Brehan (France) complies with the QS-System criteria for the supply chain in the feed sector: production of compound feed and production of feed additives and premixtures.
The declaration voiced support for a global plan set out by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and World Animal Health Organization (OIE) to reduce inappropriate use of antibiotics in humans and animals.
The president of the French Republic, François Hollande, was on a state visit in China on the 2nd and the 3rd of November, in order to prepare the United Nations Conference on Climate Change, COP21.
Olmix Group's Territory Manager Murilo Piva was interviewed by Prof. Jose Luiz Tejon at the main radio station in Brazil, Jovem Pan.
Olmix’s distributor across Asia gathered together in the Philippines’ capital of Manila last weekend to share experiences and set target for their growth next year.
Olmix Group visited Japan as a member of the French Innovation Delegation leaded by French Prime Minister Manuel Valls and attended STS Forum in Kyoto (4th, 5th and 6th October).