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Sabinsa opens Polish offices to address growing Eastern European demand

By Will Chu

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Sabinsa Poland staff, from left: Karol Torz, Marcin Rutkowski, Dagmara Krupniewska, and Thomasz Majewski. ©Sabinsa
Sabinsa Poland staff, from left: Karol Torz, Marcin Rutkowski, Dagmara Krupniewska, and Thomasz Majewski. ©Sabinsa
Sabinsa opens a new warehousing, sales and distribution office in Poland in response to a growing customer base in the East European, Eastern Block and Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) countries.

Located in Luboń, a town situated between Warsaw and Berlin, the office welcomes Thomasz Majewski as country head Poland & Eastern Europe and Marcin Rutkowski as the firm’s sales director.

“As demand for our science-supported ingredients across a variety of industries in Eastern Europe and CIS Countries has grown, we feel it is important to have our physical presence in place to service those customers,”​ says Sabinsa founder Dr Muhammed Majeed.

“We work closely with companies utilising our ingredients in their products, and proximity is part of our commitment of technical support.”

Sabinsa, a Polish supplier of botanical extracts, food ingredients, speciality chemicals and pharmaceutical ingredients, has a significant presence in India’s Bengaluru, Kunigal and Dobaspet regions as well as in New Jersey.

Additional staff hired at the Luboń facility include Karol Torz as warehouse and logistics manager, and Dagmara Krupniewska, who is responsible for administration and customer service.

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