Madrid, Wednesday, June 1st, 2022— Natac has opened an office in central Singapore, to expand its sales, logistics and commercial operations into the Asia Pacific region.
Natac who are headquartered in Europe south of Madrid, with offices and storage facilities in the USA, has expanded East making Natac a global company helping deliver its botanical plant extracts worldwide.
This investment into Singapore area and larger APAC region is with the aim of helping Natac meet the requirements of current and future client companies. The new office is staffed with trained personal from the area, who can help with all manner of natural product requirements. Moreover, our APAC office will largely focus on the commercial activities of sales and logistics, with clients benefiting from liaising with staff using native language, who understand the customs and share the same time zone.
Additionally, Natac will be exhibiting at VitaFoods Asia in Bangkok, Thailand this October a further demonstration of our investment to serve APAC companies with quality natural product extracts for their pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, food, animal nutrition and cosmetic requirements.
APAC based companies interested in learning about our wide range of quality botanical extracts can contact Miguel Barba via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The APAC market has strong demand for nutraceutical ingredients from plants and represented a third of Natac´s 2021 revenue. We expect the Asia Pacific region to be key in Natac´s future growth. The opening of our Singaporean office is strategic for the expansion of our business: to be culturally and geographically nearer to our clients.” explained Antonio Delgado, CEO of Natac.
“It’s in our DNA to be close to our clients, to understand their business, and help them overcome challenges by giving them excellent service. Our Singapore office, is Natac´s hub in Asia, enabling use to better adapt our products to local requirements and trends
for the nutraceutical, pharmaceutical and food industries we serve.” said Miguel Barba, Asia & Pacific Executive Director of Natac.