Agrilife24.com:The ICC, a hallmark in natural solutions for nutrition and animal health, is among the best animal health industries in the country. The company placed 3rd in its current area, according to the Best in Agribusiness Yearbook (Anuário Melhores do Agronegócio) – 2022 edition.
This is the fourth year in a row that ICC has been in the ranking. Now, in its 18th year, the award is an initiative from Globo Rural magazine. The assessment of the performance data is coordinated by Serasa Experian. A range of companies from various sectors in agribusiness took part.
“This award embodies our quest for excellence in all our processes, products and people. Our mission is to satisfy all current and future demands within the production chain for healthy, accessible and high-quality food, using scientific and disruptive innovations for a growing world population, in the ongoing battle against hunger,” stated Glycon Santos, ICC’s CEO.
Glycon emphasizes the significance of the human factor in recognizing the company’s performance, particularly in the midst of such a tumultuous period for the world economy. “We’re so proud of this recognition at this challenging time in terms of health, economics, operations and the climate. Even considering all these factors, we were still able to maintain our path of growth and productivity. Our staff deserve the credit. They have delivered positive results with a lot of enthusiasm, and this makes me so proud. Special thanks should also be extended to our customers and partners, who value our work on behalf of productivity in animal activities.”
About the ICC
A leader in natural solutions for the nutrition and well-being of animals, the company has an international presence with three branches (in the United States, England and China) and exports to over 70 countries. Boasting 30 years of history, the company’s mission is to add value to animal nutrition and to feed the world through healthy, safe, affordable and readily available products for a global population struggling to battle hunger. And, most importantly, making sure this is all done in a sustainable way and in a manner that cares for people. For more information, please visit: https://www.iccbrazil.com/