In September 2021, Diana Pet Food purchased a piece of land in Mexico. On the premises, the company wants to build a new plant to expand its capacities Mexican market growth.
Diana Pet Food, has purchased the land to host a new production plant. It will replace the site currently operating in the city of Querétaro. The surface of the new land exceeds the previous one by five times. The building will cover 3,400m2 exceeding the previous one as well.
“We inaugurated our plant in Mexico in 2004 investing in a market that was showing signs of becoming one of the most thriving markets in the world. Today 17 years later, Mexico stands among the five largest producers of pet food in the world. With this new project, we reaffirm our commitment to our clients and get prepared for the new challenges that the market holds for us. We also continue working with the city of Queretaro for our activity,” states Diego Maurizio, Diana Pet Food LATAM General Manager.
Diana Pet Food offers a portfolio of products that addresses all needs of the Mexican and Central American pet food markets. The new plant, which should be operating in 2024, will follow the company global standards in terms of quality and food safety and operational excellence.
The closer, the better
The location of the new plant will strengthen the service to its customers; accompanying them in their evolution in an agile, directed way and answering their needs. This approach of Diana Pet Food comes from its long tradition of addressing regional markets with local production sites. The unique local technical and commercial network developed by Diana Pet Food guarantees real proximity and outstanding customer service.
“The Mexican market is evolving and growing by leaps and bounds, and we are committed to accompanying our clients closely, providing them with a better service every day. Our local and regional teams know the Mexican pet food market in depth. We have designed solutions perfectly adapted to local needs,” says Juan Manuel Becher, General Manager of Diana Pet Food Mexico.
An eco-friendly factory
The design follows the company’s latest plants in Colombia and China. From the beginning, they incorporated an eco-friendly design and operation features.The design of this new factory will also follow the company’s CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) strategy to minimize the social and environmental footprint and prioritize sustainability. The building will exert minimal impact on the environment and will also follow LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification standards.
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