AIC and Sanat Products Limited Announce Partnership

<p>AIC announced its latest partnership with Sanat Products Ltd., which is a producer of plant extracts, phytochemicals, spirulina, and food supplements. As an NACD and ISO registered sales and marketing company, AIC is looking forward to expanding Sanat&#8217;s presence in the North American market.</p>

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AIC announced its latest partnership with Sanat Products Ltd., which is a producer of plant extracts, phytochemicals, spirulina, and food supplements. As an NACD and ISO registered sales and marketing company, AIC is looking forward to expanding Sanat’s presence in the North American market.

Sanat Products Limited is headquartered in New Delhi, India. Sanat has advanced manufacturing units, clinically proven ingredients, and well equipped R&D labs that are run by their qualified team of scientists. Since 1984, Sanat has become an innovative, and customer focused company that has gained incredible recognition for quality.

Sanat and AIC share the same responsibility for providing quality products in the North American market. Mark Robertson, executive vice president of marketing at AIC Inc. said "In partnering with Sanat Products Ltd., we recognize them as a well-respected and responsible manufacturer of natural ingredients, which will have excellent synergy with AIC's existing product portfolio. Sanat provides the quality and technical expertise our customers, and the market demand".

Amit Sharma, business head of Sanat said, “We foresee a collaborative partnership with AIC, and will assist in managing and optimizing customer’s requirements. This partnership supports the idea of capitalizing rightly on Sanat’s intellectual property assets, and AIC’s access to the market. This strategic partnership with AIC is a testimony of our commitment to provide innovative solutions to our customers at their doorstep."

For more information, visit AIC’s website.

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