Hydrosol expands production capacity

7 Jul 2016

Stern-Wywiol subsidiary Hydrosol continues to contribute to the company's growth, the company says, and. Hydrosol, which specialises in custom stabilising and texturing systems, is now expanding its production capacity.

Hydrosol expands production capacity

Growth continues at Hamburg’s Stern-Wywiol Gruppe. With an increase of 12%, the family-owned company made a record €444 million in revenues last year. Its Hydrosol subsidiary was a big part of it, the company says, and. Hydrosol, which specialises in custom stabilising and texturing systems, is now expanding its production capacity.

“Our production plant is one of the most modern of its kind in Europe, and our capacity as it stands is 30,000 tonnes of ingredients a year,” said Managing Director Dr. Matthias Moser. “Our customers in over 50 countries expect the best, and in order to provide it to them with the highest level of innovation, flexibility and service, we are now investing in a second facility located in close proximity to the existing one. The groundbreaking will take place soon, and production will start during the coming year.”

As an independent, family-owned business Hydrosol says it has for many years followed a long-term growth strategy, with sustained investments at home and abroad. In addition to its production facilities, the Technology Centre is an example of this, the company believes. The research and development centre has extensive test facilities and pilot plant for dairy products, deli foods, meat and fish products and other food categories, and is being continually expanded.

“These foresighted investments, coupled with the flexibility and reliability of an owner-operated company and the creative expertise of our staff, are central to our success,” said Moser.