Palital winner of the “Oranje Handelsmissiefonds 2017” (Orange Trade mission fund)

Every year the partners of the fund: ING, KLM, MKB-Nederland en Ministry of Foreign Affairs choose ten winners who have the support of these organizations in collaboration with the Netherlands Enterprise Agency, for one year, to spread their wings to different parts of the world.

Monday 4 December 2017 (10 months 13 days ago)

PalitalPalital is chosen as a winner out of more than 500 other companies that applied, receiving the prize, because Palital produces sustainable additives for the animal feed industry. Palital manufactures butyrate concepts for animal feed and slow release urea for ruminants. Their ambition is to contribute to reducing the use of antibiotics in livestock farming worldwide.

The “Oranje Handelsmissiefonds” or Orange Trade Mission Fund

Each year, ten companies win guidance and support from the five partners of the “Orange Trade Mission Fund” for a year, to put the Netherlands on the map as an export country and help entrepreneurs with their export ambitions. The ten winners of 2017 will receive help in realizing their international ambitions during this fifth year of the fund.

Proud of this recognition

"We at Palital are very happy and proud that we have won this great prize and see it as an encouragement to work even harder than we already do", says Henry van den Bighelaar, Managing Director of Palital.

"At this moment we already export to over thirty countries on five different continents, but unfortunately not to Brazil. Together with the Orange Trade Mission Fund, we hope to change that in the coming year."

Henry van den Bighelaar, Managing Director of Palital (on the left)
Henry van den Bighelaar, Managing Director of Palital (on the left)

November 30, 2017 - Palital

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