In conversation with Hiroki Sumiya, President, Kohshin Engineering, Japan

Hiroki Sumiya

What are your best-known solutions/products/services?

Composter, Dryer, Poultry House Washer

Which industry sectors are your customers in, and which ones are growing fastest?

Livestock industry, layers, broilers

What are your most recent product innovations?

High-quality organic fertilizer and chemical fertilizer mixing plant

What are the major trends and developments affecting your category and your customers, and how are you responding?

In this day with the global warming, poultry farmers are switching from conventional type system (open houses) to fully automated controlled houses to give convenience to the birds for better production. But by doing so, it will have an adverse effect as compare to conventional type where the manure will be dryer and can be collected after the batch. While with the fully automated system, the manure must be taken out everyday and manure are wet which is difficult to manage. However, thru Kohshin effective way of processing by having unique pre-composting method and aeration system at the composting plant, such kind of problem will be addressed efficiently.

How does business in 2020 compared to previous years? What’s your strategy for succeeding in the current climate?

Business is a little better than last year. Our strategy is to provide an agricultural approach for soil preparation.

Can you tell us about any of recent customer contracts and how you helped the customer meet their challenges?

With the use of livestock manure composting knowledge and our Composters, we helped to control the bad odor that was produced during the composting process. Also, we provided support to convert the final product from the composter into a high-quality fertilizer. 

What’s the latest news from your company?

Combination of pre-composting and composter

Can you tell us about any areas where you’re currently making technical advances?

It would be the technology to efficiently carry out the composting process

Could you please share your views on Poultry Industry for our readers?

If you want to make good crops, you must make a good soil.

Therefore, we think that livestock manure will become an important element of soil preparation in the future. To do that, the livestock industry is required to produce a good quality compost that is appealing to farmers. We think that it is time to focus on making compost that meets the needs of farmers without choosing an easy treatment method.

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