Vitaminka a.d. Prilep
IndustryAgriculture and food processing
Lece Koteski, 23
Web page http://www.vitaminka.com.mk/
Company Address email@example.com
Mr. Niko Berberu
Phone+389 71 39 27 35
OrganisationIf interested in this company please contact FP. Consultant can be assigned to verify the company.
Project typeTrade intermediary (distributor, importer, agent, representative)
Project abstractVitaminka a.d. Prilep, a large Macedonian manufacturer of various kinds of food products is searching for distributor, retail chain or business representative for export of their products to Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, UK or any other EU country.
Project descriptionThe company, established in 1956 is based in Prilep, Macedonia and currently employs 612 persons.
Vitaminka is a manufacturer of various kinds of food products and their product range consists of nearly 400 types own branded and private label products within following categories: snacks (flips, chips-pellets), chocolates, chocolate coated products, cream spreads, ketchup, mayonnaise, soups, spices, instant vitamin's products, biscuits, cookies and breakfast cereals. The company has ISO 9001:2008, HACCP, IFS and HALAL certifications.
The customers so far have been from EU, Balkan Region, MENA Region, USA, Canada, Australia and China. The company exports to more than 30 countries big retail chains stores such as Lidl, Kaufland, Coop and Spar already sell their products.
Vitaminka is currently looking for distributor, retail chain or business representative for export of their products to Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, UK or any other EU country. The company regularly attends to some of the world biggest food fairs (ISM and ANUGA in Germany, SIAL in Paris and Shanghai, GULFFOOD in Dubai, FANCY FOOD in USA, WORLDFOOD in Moscow etc).
Number of employeesover 250
Annual turnover in €10 - 50 million
Annual balance sheet total10 - 43 million
Certifications, standardsISO 9001 :2008, HACCP, IFS and HALAL certifications
Already engaged in international co-operationYes
Percentage of transnational activities10 to 49 %