Kersia combines the strengths of several international players that have over several decades developed thousands of products and solutions for biosecurity in farming and food processing and is, with Medentech, a world leader in water purification.
Kersia signs a joint-venture agreement with Klenzan #2 “pure player” in hygiene solutions on the Chinese food and beverage market. This agreement strengthens Kersia’s international positioning and opens the door to China.
Kersia pursues its development by penetrating the Scandinavian food and beverage sector with the acquisition of IWAB.
This integration completes Kersia’s local organization with long experience in the agricultural sector, and enables us to cover the food safety sector from farm to fork in Scandinavian countries.
Kersia acquires Bioarmor, to strengthen its animal welfare offering. This acquisition enhances Kersia’s multi-species, multi-product offering and geographical coverage, particularly in Asia, the Middle East and South America.
Kersia acquires Holchem, a leading provider of hygiene and food safety solutions and technology in the UK.
A large majority of Holchem’s sales are directed to the food, beverage and dairy industries, with additional sales to the food service, retail, institutional and farm sectors.
Holchem operates from two industrial sites located in Bury and Liphook, primarily serving the UK market.
With this important milestone, Kersia becomes a leader in the UK hygiene sector and the second largest player in Europe.
Kersia acquires Choisy Laboratories a leading developer and manufacturer of chemical, biotechnological and biosecurity hygiene solutions based in Canada.
This transaction grows Kersia’s geographical footprint in North America, allowing the company to expand its presence in new sub-segments and to acquire new technologies.
Inauguration of new factory in Spain (Estella)
This new plant meets the highest standards of safety and quality. This is a great achievement reinforcing Kersia international manufacturing footprint.
Kilco joined Kersia Group. This company offer to Kersia a strong presence in UK – Ireland and will accelerate the P&P Development range all over the world.
Kilco has been a family owned company since 1953 and has grown from a small local firm to a multi-national business, with manufacturing plants in Mallusk in Ireland and Lockerbie in Scotland exporting to 70 countries around the world. Their innovative research leads the industry, creating products that are used around the world to enhance biosecurity within the food chain, from farm to fork.
G3 joins the group. This company offer to Kersia its own capacity to produce locally in Brazil, ranges of product.
G3 Química, established in 2011, is a family business with 30 employees located in Lajeado, and specialized in the production and marketing of hygiene and disinfection products, mainly for dairy farms.
LCB Food Safety joins the group. This acquisition marks a significant new stage in the development of the group, providing access to new markets thanks to its high value-added products based around Ultradiffusion®, an Innovative and unique technology.
Created in 1963, LCB Food Safety is the world leader in Dry Aerial Surface Disinfection.
LCB Food Safety acts as a food safety expert and develops solutions which reduce waste, improving animal well-being while optimizing competitiveness in the value chain, from farm to fork.
Anti-Germ joined the group in order to create the worldwide provider of disinfection, hygiene and animal supplement solutions to the food and agricultural Industry. With a strong presence in Europe (France, Germany, Poland, eastern countries), Antigerm bring also position in China for example, and know-how in P&P segment.
2010 to 2015
HYPRED undergoes a transformation, extending its scope to include nutritional supplements with the launch of a dedicated range.
Acquisition in 2012 of animal nutrition laboratory HY-NUTRITION, which produces the Hy-Diet Range.
Paragon Partners acquire the Anti-Germ group.
New market presence and increased strategic emphasis on food safety.
Entry to the Chinese market for Anti-Germ
Both companies – Hypred and Antigerm – opens up to Europe, setting up subsidiaries.
Construction of an industrial facility in Lodosa – Spain (Hypred)