Truevet kick-starts its services in JK

SRINAGAR: Truevet, a Srinagar-based biopharmaceutical company which was constituted in 2014, started its services in Kashmir on Wednesday with Dr Suhail Sumji as its state head.
Dr Fayaz Ganie, CEO Truevet said the company aims at improving the healthcare, breeding and cultivation in Jammu and Kashmir so that local livestock can yield better food for people.
“Truevet has been globally offering solutions to make livestock more sustainable. In a very short span of time, company has successfully registered presence in a number of countries,” he said in a handout issued here.
He said besides offering quality nutritionals and anti-invectives, Truevet’s focus will be on making available the technical, analytical and consulting services on the farmer’s doorstep. “Truevet will work closely with livestock farmers in ensuring safe and sufficient food production, efficient management of natural resources, responsible treatment of diseases, improving social well-being, and in creating consumer and citizen awareness.”
The CEO said the company has exciting plans in 2016 and having Dr Suhail on board “is a step towards making J&K one of our core markets”. “Dr Suhail’s passion for understanding the state’s market makes us more confident in our plans to expand our services here. He will focus on establishing the Truevet brand in J&K, steering its customer growth and customer engagement by focusing on local livestock farming needs.”
“Being part of a young brand like Truevet is both exciting and challenging. Truevet is already doing well globally and with a customised rich product and service portfolio for J&K markets, the future potential here is amazing,” Dr Suhail said.
Dr Suhail did his BVSc (Bachelors in Veterinary Science) from SKUAST, Jammu and post-graduation in veterinary microbiology from SKUAST Kashmir. He has extensive experience in technical fields, business development, product and growth strategy and financial modeling and planning. He has previously worked with Suguna and Venky’s India,” he said.