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Friday, August 19, 2016

Guabi Aqua company profile




In tupi-guarani language, guabi means food.

That’s why, in 1974, Guabi was chosen to name a new company that arose in Orlândia, São Paulo countryside, aiming to develop and manufacture high quality and reliable products for animal nutrition.

Acting today in every sector of its market, Guabi meets the needs and anticipates new demands of different species at different ages, productive phases and competition, counts on 1.000 employees, more than 350 products in line, presence in every Brazilian State and exports for more than 30 countries in every continent.

It is ranked in 582º place among the 1,000 largest Brazilian companies, besides being in 3rd place of ratio of net sales to assets of the Food and Drinks sector, according to the Valor 1000 ranking, annually published by Valor Econômico newspaper.

Market leader and reference in innovation to reach and maintain so many achievements, you need to work seriously and focused, to be updated with science and technology progresses, to strongly and continuously invest in research, development, professional improvement and cutting-edge equipment.

That’s how Guabi became a leader and reference in the market and is acknowledged for gathering science, technology and correct exploitation of natural resources to create and manufacture health, safe and innovative products.

Guabi is:

  • The first company to produce extruded feed for shrimps 
  • Pioneer in laminated and extruded particles in feed for horses 
  • The first company to produce micro-extruded feed for fish
  • Creator and producer of the best starter feed for fingerlings
  • Creator and producer of the first pelleted supplement for horses in Brazil
  • Pioneer in applying the quorum sensing concept, which offers a natural protection for fish and shrimp that live under the constant threat of contamination

Visit the website HERE.

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