New partnership brings Smart Hatchery Technologies to Iran

April 1st 2007

New partnership brings Smart Hatchery Technologies to Iran

Pas Reform has established a new partnership that will enable the import of its Smart hatchery technologies to Iran. From Tehran, Mr. Kamal Nazari has been appointed to represent the full range of Pas Reform products, including Smart incubators, hatchery automation and hatchery climate control systems.

Mr. Nazari's extensive hatchery sector experience will, says Pas Reform CEO Bart Aangenendt, be of unparalleled value in establishing modern hatchery practices in the country. "It is great news that [Pas Reform] is extending its global network even further," he says. " With Mr Nazari's expertise and forward-thinking, and the support of a superbly qualified team locally, we are very much looking forward to working with Pas Reform Iran to bring the latest technological developments and practices to hatchery owners throughout the country."

Mr. Nazari's agri-career began when he joined WestfaliaSurge at the age of 20.The past 15 years has seen Mr Nazari turn his skills and knowledge to poultry, and specifically to the hatchery sector, where he has an impressive record for the development of major installations.

"Pas Reform has really emerged as a leader and innovator in the last few years", says Nazari, "and in a country where our own ambitions extend not only to updating our hatchery industry, but to ramping up production for domestic purposes and for export, I believe the Smart technologies will put Pas Reform in a very strong position here very quickly."

Pas Reform Iran and its customers will have the full backing of the Dutch hatchery technology company's international sales and project management teams, as well as the training facilities provided by Pas Reform Academy, in Holland.