Fairs and Events
KIT and Garra are together at Anuga 2019
KIT International and Garra International will be at Anuga, a trade fair that starts this Saturday, the 5th, in Cologne, Germany. This is the first time that these two companies are presented together, supported by both business teams and the presence of CEOs and directors.
At the stand, located in Hall 9 C068, visitors will find special information and business for different types of markets.
The merger between the two companies was announced this week and at Anuga, the new product portfolio is presented as well as the combination of trading services offered.
About the companies
Operating in different and important markets, trading companies KIT International Inc. and Garra International Ltd. come together in 2019 to further strengthen business and increase the portfolio of products offered to customers. The merger combines US$ 220 million in revenue and a staff of more than 80 people in 8 countries.
Negotiations began in 2018 and, this month, the two companies will start to operate together. The teams and offices will be kept and the performance may be expanded. With the merger, the companies will have offices in Brazil, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Jordan, United States of America and Australia.
Both companies play important roles in the international commercialization of beef, chicken, pork, lamb and mutton meat, as well as exporting vegetables, dairy products, fish and seafood. KIT International is eight years old and was founded in the United States and the partner Garra International was founded 25 years ago in New Zealand.
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