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Virbac has bright future

Wednesday, October 25, 2017 

Virbac celebrated 30 years in Australia recently with an open day at the Crookwell complex. Martin Snowball, director of operations in Virbac Australia said, “the facility in Crookwell is punching well above its weight. We will look to continuously improve day after day, and that is what keeps our future bright."

Some interesting facts were presented to visitors with a short overview of the Crookwell site. These included, in 2016 the Virbac Crookwell facility produced 781,000 litres of liquid product, 15.4 tonnes of paste products, 39 tonnes of powdered products, 3.2 tonnes of tablets and 145,000 units of gel product, contributing to consolidated sales of $34-million.
 

Anthony Chudleigh explains to visitors the filling room at the Virbac open day.
Catching up: Andrew Cramp, Mayor Brian McCormack, Cr James Wheelwright and Beth Wheelwright.
Head of the Crookwell Virbac site, Wayne Maxwell with some of the tour group.
Dressed in blue: Isla Webster tries on one of the lab coats, hat and blue boots.
Mayor Brian McCormack congratulates Martin Snowball of Virbac for the 30th year of production.

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