• Choosin Farm puts environment and community at the forefront
• F&F Food builds new further processing plant
• Chun-Seng Farm: Human resources paves the way for future success
• Sihanoukville’s Mithsamlanh Farm bets on growing demand for better chicken
• Cambodia’s Hok Hieng Group plans food and retail venture
• Pancosma targets brand breakthrough
• Balance key optimizing broiler productivity
• Quality for Profit: A unique approach to minerals
• Reducing necrotic enteritis: A new approach with or without antibiotics
Chore-time hosted a regional sales meeting in Bali, Indonesia, for Asian distributors of its poultry and egg production systems. A variety of topics were addressed throughout the three-day session, including engineering and product development updates; sales and growth strategies; e-commerce initiatives; and product training focused on ventilation systems, CHORE-TRONICS® Controls and STRATA™ Broiler Colony product.
Cambodia’s Pich Mony Co Ltd is renovating its feed mill this fall ahead of a planned expansion of its breeding herd to 1,000 sows, up from the current 200. Chap Bunthoeum, factory manager, said the company’s new pellet mill will raise its capacity to 2,400 tonnes/month by the end of 2014.
Leading poultry producers and nutritionists in Thailand recently convened at a two-day seminar hosted by DSM entitled “Maintaining high poultry production in Asia under adverse conditions.”
Bambang Yuniwanta (left) and Sandy Irawan
PT. Bibit Indonesia, a subsidiary of Malindo Feedmill, plans to open a new Grand Parent (GP) farm in East Java by Q1 2016 to support future growth. The company is currently operating four broiler GP farms in West Java that supply around three million PS/year.
More than 100 customers representing 13 African countries attended the largest-ever Cobb Africa technical seminar held in Irvine, Zimbabwe.
Director of Cobb Africa, Patrick Murphy, said Cobb is making great strides in the African market with market share now exceeding 50% across the sub-Saharan region.
DuPont hopes to forge closer ties with its customers by helping them improve operational and innovation effectiveness through a process that it calls ‘inclusive innovation’.
Vikram Prabhu, Regional Business Leader for Industrial Biosciences (Asia Pacific), and Christina Pang, regional industrial leader for Animal Nutrition (Asia Pacific), discussed its latest generation phytase called Axtra PHY® recently in Bangkok.
Top executives from Arbor Acres Thailand, CPF and Aviagen recently presented distinguished service awards to 56 employees who have worked for Arbor Acres Thailand for five years to 35 years. The list of VIPs included Sanya Thiemsiri, president of Arbor Acres Thailand; Adirek Sripratak, CPF’s CEO; Prasert Poongkumarn, CPF’s vice-chairman; as well as Bill Souther, senior vice-president of Aviagen.
Hy-Line recently hosted a four-day Technical School that attracted more than 115 customers from over 35 different countries. The programme included a series of presentations given by Hy-Line technical services and research teams as well as industry experts and a visit to Hy-Line facilities.