Mane ceremoniously opens the facilities

The company moved its operations to Parque Austral, as a strategy for business expansion and strengthening. Founded in 1871 in France and present in the country for more than a decade, Mane Argentina moved its operations to the Flex Space building, in Parque Austral, Pillar.

The settlement in Parque Austral is part of strategy expansion that the company started in 2010 with the aim of strengthening and increasing its operations in Argentina. “We have consolidated a strong work team with extensive experience in the industry. Our business plan is ambitious, predicting sustainable growth, doubling our current turnover in the medium term. For this reason, the new facilities, which include the mixing room, are designed to develop more and more activities that allow us to improve our service, response time and achieve more and more tools for the benefit of customers. A key point for choosing this location was the opportunity to network with executives, scientists and academics. The synergy with Austral University and the hospital not only adds value, but also inspires new ideas and projects,” said Maria Silvina Volontin, director of Mana Argentina.

Today, Mane is present in more than 40 countries and employs more than 3,000 people. Its 23 production plants and 40 research and development centers cover the main regions (Europe, America, Africa and Asia), and its network of commercial agents allows it to be present in more than 70 countries.

There is a team behind Mane’s products investigation and development dedicated to research, design and creation of new flavors and fragrances. Globally, the company invests heavily in research and development, which represents 9% of its annual revenues. “The stake is high. This led us to have innovative technologies, to be able to offer products of higher quality and originality,” said Volontin.

The event was attended by clients, company executives, Parque Austral authorities, local business organizations, industry figures and Manea regional and global authorities. “A new phase of growth has opened for Mane Argentina, which fills us with pride and renews our energy,” concluded Volontin, “therefore we want to share it with those who supported us, trusted our team and whom we consider part of this ambitious project”.


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