Major hatchery expansion for India’s IB Group

IB Group has chosen Royal Pas Reform as its partner for their multi-location hatchery expansion programme across the Indian sub-continent. These state-of-the-art installations will feature single-stage incubators, fully integrated climate-control systems and complete hatchery automation – making them amongst the most modern facilities in India.

IB Group (ABIS Exports India Pvt Ltd) AEPL, which is based in Rajnandgaon, Chattisgarh, believes that adopting a single-stage incubation process – giving superior post-hatch performance, in terms of growth, mortality and feed conversions – is pivotal to producing high-quality broiler chicks.

Mr. Bahadur Ali, Founder & Managing Director of IB Group says: “IBG’s ambition is to play a major role in the future growth of the Indian poultry industry. During the course of 2020 we made a long-term strategic plan with our team, which needed a multiple-location expansion for our hatchery operations.

“It was an obvious step for us to go for single-stage, fully automated hatcheries technology. Choosing Royal Pas Reform – the world’s leading single-stage incubation and integrated incubation-project specialist – was therefore the logical choice for us.”

Bouke Hamminga, Royal Pas Reform Director International Sales & Business Development says: “We are delighted that IB Group – a leading technology driven poultry company in India – has chosen to work with us to deliver its ambitious plans. I am sure that, as a global integrated hatchery solutions supplier, we can prove to be a key partner for decades to come.”

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