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Hybro wins new GPS contract in North Korea

by 5m Editor
12 July 2005, at 12:00am

THE NETHERLANDS - Dutch broiler breeding company Hybro BV has finalised discussions to sign a new contract with a leading poultry integration in North Korea, for the delivery of Hybro PN grandparents.

Hybro wins new GPS contract in North Korea NORTH KOREA - Dutch broiler breeding company Hybro BV has finalised discussions to sign a new contract with a leading poultry integration in North Korea, for the delivery of Hybro PN grandparents.

Hybro Hybro made its first delivery of grandparent stock to North Korea at the end of 2003. These initial test flocks have demonstrated outstanding performance results entirely in line with Hybro’s predictions, as a consequence the first GPS delivery under this new agreement will be placed in September this year, with subsequent deliveries every three months for the next three years.

Wilfred Folkeringa, international sales manager for Hybro: “It is unique for a west European company to deliver grandparents to North Korea”, he says, “and there is no doubt that this cooperation with one of North Korea’s leading poultry integrations is yet another important step in [Hybro’s] plans to grow in this attractive market.”

Mr. Hong Chun Won, the Chairman of the North Korean company, says of the agreement: “We began to work with Hybro in 2003, and in addition to the Hybro PN’s performance, we have been most impressed by the levels of technical service offered by Hybro. We are confident that this new agreement will again bring us many benefits.”

Technical service will be provided by Hybro’s Beijing office in China, led by Mr. Ma Chuang.


On the picture from left to right:
Wilfred Folkeringa, Mr. Paek, Richard Maatman, Mr. Kim, Mr. Hong Chun Won

Source: Hybro BV - 13th July 2005

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