Fenchem Expands in Czech Republic

Fenchem is aiming to supply better services for central Europe customers with the opening of its new office in Ostrava Vitkovice, Czech Republic. The new office can guarantee we have a convenient warehouse and delivery system in Europe. The competitive price and fast delivery are two keys for our successful development in EU market.

Fenchem is specialized in developing,manufacturing and marketing active ingredients with high bio-activity and safety, serving the dietary supplements and functional foods with history of about 15 years. Our USA branch Fenchem Inc was established in 2007 and we establish Fenchem Europe in Czech Republic to supply better service for our central Europe customers.

Europe is always Fenchem’s important target market. We paid more attention to Europe regulations. We are the first Chinese company gaining IP certificate for natural tocopherols and phytosterols in 2004. In 2006, Fenchem became the fist one and only one Chinese manufacturer applying novel foods application to EU for Phytosterls. We have received GMP certification from NSF.

Fenchem’s products are of high quality and safety. From raw material purchasing, developing, manufacturing to quality testing, Fenchem develops a professional management system to control all stages which ensures our customers with tailor-made, well-researched ingredients to stand out in the marketplace. Furthermore, our R&D scientists and laboratory technicians give our customers much technical support on product applications, which will enable you to reduce the time-to-market cycle of new applications.

With the new office established, we are confident that we will double our Europe turnover over the next three years with further step into feed additives and cosmetic ingredients.

Fenchem EU Ltd.
Address: Mírové náměstí 160/132, 703 00 Ostrava Vitkovice, Czech Republic
Tel: +420 597 609 100, +420 597 609 101
Fax: +420 597 609 102

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