From May 8th to 10th, Marel Poultry joined the 10th edition of the Avícola Porcinos exhibition in Buenos Aires, Argentina. During the three days event, visiting processors took the opportunity to discuss new investment opportunities, relying on Marel Poultry's experience and knowledge.
Presenting the latest developments in poultry processing technologies, Marel Poultry continues to consolidate its leadership as a company specialized in providing state-of-the-art solutions to the needs of the poultry industry in Argentina. "The Argentine market has always been very receptive and in recent years we have been able to introduce technologies that automate processes and reduce labor costs," says Marel Poultry Area Sales Manager Marco Solleveld.
Marel Poultry highlighted a wide variety of its processing solutions, including evisceration, breast cap filleting and multibatching.
Indeed, visitors showed the most interest in Marel Poultry’s automating innovations such as the Stork Nuova evisceration solutions which stand for proven technology and performance and perfectly suit the South American market. Also AMF-i stroke the right note at Avícola Porcinos, particularly for its ability to deliver high-quality breast fillet end products with consistent high yield and low manning levels.
"Our customers are growing and looking for new ways to add value to their end products. The Avícola Porcinos event also allowed us to establish contact with new companies that open their doors to new projects," comments Marco Solleveld.
It is part of Marel Poultry's strategy to attend regional events, maintaining a closer relationship with important poultry markets.
Every two years the poultry industry chooses Avícola Porcinos as the place to do business. For the year 2018, it is one of the most important meeting points of the poultry industry in South America. More than 200 companies of the local and international market participate, receiving about 7,000 of the most important and representative professionals and buyers from Argentina and the South America region.