Marcelo Blumer joins ANCO to develop business in Brazil

Marcelo Blumer joins the ANCO team as designated Executive Director Anco Brazil. He has 15 years of commercial experience in the animal health and nutrition industry with a focus on the Brazilian market. His previous roles included senior level positions in sales and marketing in animal health companies.

In his new role, Marcelo will be responsible for all implementation and management of the ANCO Brazil operation. He will serve as the primary contact for all direct sales customers in Brazil.

Marcelo graduated from the University Estadual Paulista Julio de Mesquita Filho (UNESP) with a veterinary science degree. He also gained a MBA in Agribusiness Management from FGV in Brazil.

The ANCO team will benefit strategically from his knowledge of the Brazilian market and customers with experience in the management of high performance teams and is excited to gain his contribution to the global growth of the business.

Marcelo Blumer comments on his new challenge: “ I am looking forward to be part of the Anco team. Agriculture in Brazil is highly competitive and I think the Anco FIT product line provides solutions, which can provide excellent support to competitive businesses as we have them in Brazil.”

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“Brazilian agribusiness is, above all, competitive. Not only in terms of servicing its enormous domestic market (the Brazilian consumer spends US$ 150 billion per year) but also in commercial production of commodities for export” (Fabiana Ferreira Alves, director at Rural Banking, Rabobank Brazil, 2016)

Brazil is the largest world exporter of sugar, coffee, oranges, soybeans, poultry and beef. In 2015 it was estimated that the Brazilian feed mill and feed additives industry had reached almost 69 million tons (Feed&Food 2016).

ANCO wants to make a contribution to competitive animal production globally with cost-effective feed solutions.
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