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Super Drob signs agreement to acquire BBP plant in Goleniow

Mergers & Acquisitions

The company is targeting increased production in the convenience food segment.

Posted on Oct 04 ,10:04

Super Drob signs agreement to acquire BBP plant in Goleniow

At the beginning of October, Super Drob, a producer of ready meals and one of the biggest poultry exporters in Poland, has signed an agreement to acquire the plant from BBP in Goleniow, West Pomeranian region of Poland.
"We intend to increase production capacity in Super Drob, which is consistent with the strategy of our capital group. We are developing the convenience segment. This is the most dynamically growing branch of our business. We are a significant investor building the growth of the poultry convenience food category in Poland and we are an important manufacturer of convenience food in Europe. The launch of production in the Goleniow plant is one of the next steps in our investment plans. This will be the second plant to be commissioned this year. At the beginning of the year, we launched a feed manufacturing plant in ?ukow," stated Mr. Jaros?aw Kowalewski, Member of the Management Board for Strategy and Development, Super Drob.
The company is an export leader in the poultry industry in Poland. Super Drob sends half of the products for export, mainly to EU countries as well as China and Japan.  BBP is a manufacturer of poultry meat products. The processing plant employs about 50 people and is located in Goleniow.

 

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