On breeder farms eggs are traditionally collected in paper or plastic trays that each hold 30 eggs. Typically, these are stacked six-high and transported to the hatchery in boxes, crates, trolleys or on pallets.
Uzbekistan’s Urganch Parranda Invest has commissioned a fully integrated hatchery from Pas Reform for its new, state-of-the-art turnkey hatchery project. The hatchery, only the second in the country to adopt single-stage technologies, will process approx. 3 million hatching eggs each year.
JSC Agro Alel, a large and well-established poultry integration in Kazakhstan, has expanded its hatchery operations with the addition of new SmartHatch™ hatchers from Pas Reform. The new hatchers will increase Alel-Agro’s total hatching capacity on 2 million eggs a year.
Columbian poultry group Pronavicola has completed the second phase of its major hatchery upgrade and expansion programme in Buga, western Colombia, with the installation of new, state-of-the-art SmartPro™ single stage hatchery technologies and a SmartCenterPro™ automated hatchery information system from Pas Reform.
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