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Hung Farm Inaugurates Impressive New Broiler Facility

by 5m Editor
11 August 2009, at 12:15pm

VIET NAM - Eighteen broiler houses with Big Dutchman equipment have been opened at Hung Farm, a partner of CP Vietnam.

Hung Farm, a partner of CP Vietnam, recently celebrated the opening of its latest broiler production facility. CP Vietnam is a subsidiary of the Charoen Pokphand Group (CP Group), Thailand's biggest agribusiness conglomerate.


Vu Manh Hung, President of Hung Farm and Brian McCawley, BD Asia Vice President Sales & Marketing Asia

Formal ribbon-cutting ceremony

The impressive state-of-the-art facility Hung Farm with 18 broiler houses is located in Dong Xoai in Binh Duong Province, north of Ho Chi Minh City. The entire equipment covering modern management and environment control systems was supplied by Big Dutchman Asia (BD Asia).

More than 1,000 invited guests took part in the grand opening. Also present were Mr Vu Manh Hung (President of Hung Farm), Mr Sooksan Jiumjaiswanglert (Executive Vice President of CP Vietnam), Mr Nguyen Duc Kien and Mr Nguyen Dang Vang (two representatives of the Vietnamese Ministry of Agriculture). Malaysia-based BD Asia, a subsidiary of the German Big Dutchman group, was represented by Mr Brian McCawley, Vice President Sales & Marketing Asia.

"We would like to congratulate Mr Vu Manh Hung on this auspicious occasion. We are honored that we have once again been selected by the CP Group as their trusted partner and we are glad that we had the chance to further strengthen our relationship in this major project. The successful completion of the project, totaling 18 broiler houses, is a true milestone for Vietnam, being the first modern farm of this scale," Brian McCawley said about the new facility.

The official part of the event was completed with speeches from a list of speakers and dignitaries, followed by a signing ceremony between Hung Farm and Big Dutchman.

Hung Farm, which produces broiler, layer and pigs, was then officially opened with a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony, after which the guests enjoyed self-guided tours of the premises and equipment demonstrations.