Pas Reform is continuing its international expansion with the appointment of Mr Victor C. Velonza, president of Maagir Farm Corporation (MFC) in the Philippines, as the company’s representative in the Philippines.
As a registered Philippine Corporation, MFC is primarily engaged in the supply of high quality poultry equipment. Strongly focused on building partnerships with industry leaders, MFC’s dedicated approach to providing knowledge-based support for customers has, says Pas Reform’s sales director Bas Kanters, positioned MFC as a benchmark for quality in the supply of agricultural products and services in the region.
Speaking of the new cooperation between the two companies, Mr Velonza says: “As a recognized leader and innovator in single-stage incubation technologies, hatchery climate control and automation equipment, we are delighted to represent Pas Reform.
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MAAGIR Farm, one of the fast growing companies in the industry, will hold its first product presentation which will showcase the latest in poultry equipment and pre-fab poultry sheds. In partnership with Metrobank Orix Leasing, the event, which will happen on March 24, 2012 at Sidney’s Grill in Dagupan, Pangasinan, with several industry leaders in attendance. According to MAAGIR Farm President and CEO Victor Velonza, the event will highlight the latest innovation and technology in poultry and hog farming techniques. The affair also aims to educate and conduct business with Pangasinan poultry contract growers. Ms. Liu Jun of Big Herdsman of China, a worldwide leader in poultry equipment manufacturing and MAAGIR’s affiliate, and Mr Geoff Fisher of Santrev Poultry Developments of Australia, an industry leader in hog,poultry,cattle housing, will be at hand to discuss product specifications and other important information currently shaping the poultry farming industry....
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Meat Processing Plant for Ilocos Sur PHILIPPINES - A 165 million-peso meat processing plant is to be built in the agricultural town of Ilocos Sur. The new plant is part of the government's Millennium Development Goals aiming to reduce poverty. National Tobacco Administration (NTA) head Edgardo Zaragoza said: “This is in line with President Aquino’s poverty reduction programme to raise the quality of life of the farmers.” Mr Zaragoza said that the plant will process meat products and the NTA will provide production assistance or capital for the hog and poultry raising projects, not only of tobacco growers but also to other farmers for additional income. “Our mandate is to improve the economic and living conditions and raise the quality of life of the tobacco farmers and to make agriculture a solid basis for industrialisation,” he said. ThePigSite News Desk
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