Feed and food safety specialist Anitox has announced significant improvements to the range and quality of engineering services which are available to its customers.
Anitox develops and manufactures a range of pathogen elimination, mould control and milling efficiency programmes for the feed milling industry, together with the primary meat, egg and fish production sectors.
Anitox customers will benefit from the additional investment which is being made at a time when the company is responding to increasing demand, particularly for its Termin-8 pathogen control programme for finished feed and raw materials, together with its Maxi-Mil milling efficiency programme.
A key part of the development process is the appointment of Richard York, 44, as head of engineering. Based at Anitox’s Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) office in Earls Barton, England York will lead a team of 16 highly-skilled engineers who are strategically located throughout the world and deliver the highest level of engineering support.
York, who has a diverse engineering background, has worked for Anitox in a variety of roles for more than eight years, most recently as Engineering Manager for the company’s EMEA and Asia-Pacific regions. Commenting on his appointment, he stated:
“Our team of talented engineers are vital to help customers get the greatest benefits from the range of Anitox products and solutions. As a fast-growing company we are continually expanding our range of expert installation and after-sales engineering services.
“Due to this expansion we are currently looking to recruit two more engineers and expect to create
additional posts in the near future. This will enable us to continue to provide effective programmes and expert solutions for our customers worldwide.”
Roger Mann, regional director for Anitox in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific, commented:
“Increasingly-stringent food safety legislation and greater consumer pressure for safer food has
substantially increased demand for our products from the feed milling and primary meat, egg and fish production industries. This additional investment will enable customers to gain even more benefit.”