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Schreiber Dynamix launches Baramati plant
CAMIL PARKHE | Monday, 16 January 2017 AT 01:28 PM IST
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BARAMATI: Schreiber Dynamix Dairies Pvt Ltd (“Schreiber Dynamix”) inaugurated its first state-of-art fully automated Dryer here on Thursday to meet the growing consumer demand for safe and hygienic milk powder for infant food application and other high quality dairy ingredients, globally.

The infant nutrition plant comes at an investment of Rs 250 crore and is located at MIDC in Baramati.

US-based internationally renowned dairy giant, Schreiber Foods holds majority stake in Schreiber Dynamix Dairies Pvt Ltd. The facility was inaugurated by Mike Haddad, President and CEO Schreiber Foods, Francois Salamon, President Schreiber International and Amitabha Ray, Chairman and Managing Director Schreiber Dynamix Dairies Pvt Ltd.

Schreiber Dynamix is India’s largest customer brand dairy company manufacturing value-added products including cheese, yogurts, juices, powders for leading food and beverage players like Abbott, Britannia, Coca-Cola, Danone, D’lecta, Domino’s, Future group, Halewood Laboratories, Kraft, McDonald’s, Mother Dairy, Nestle, PepsiCo, PizzaHut, Subway and Unilever.

Inaugurating the Dryer facility, Mike Haddad said, “Schreiber Dynamix has been catering to the Indian dairy market for over two decades now.  Through this plant, we will be able to expand our supply of high-quality and food safe nutritional powders in India and other parts of the world.”

Schreiber Dynamix now has facilities at Baramati in Maharashtra, Fazilka in Punjab and Kuppam in Andhra Pradesh.
 
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