Agrotop to Showcase Its Livestock Project Solutions at VIV Asia 2017
As the Asian market has become a fast-growing leader in the production of chicken, pig, eggs, fish, and dairy, Agrotop will showcase exhibiting its full range of solutions for livestock construction projects
Bangkok, Thailand, March 1, 2017 — Agrotop, a leading global player in livestock turnkey projects, will be exhibiting its full range of solutions for livestock construction projects at VIV Asia in Bangkok on March 15-17, 2017 at Hall 99, stand 2221.
With more than 60 years of experience and successful turnkey construction projects in more than 50 countries, the company’s poultry framing and piggery projects will be on display, demonstrating its tailor-made solutions which integrate engineering, construction and technological disciplines. Agrotop has designed and erected partial and full Vertical Integration projects on several continents, all achieving excellent growth and financial results.
Among Agrotop’s clients in the region are Australia, New Zealand, India, Japan, Vietnam, China, Sri Lanka, Taiwan and the Philippines.
As the Asian market has become a fast-growing leader in the production of chicken, pig, eggs, fish, and dairy, the company will showcase the following main solutions for livestock projects:
- Broiler Houses – integrating all aspects required to reach perfect bird conditions and economic results
- Layer Houses – modern layer poultry housing systems combining layer biology knowledge with engineering and cutting edge technology
- Mobile Houses – highly durable, heavy-duty constructions that can withstand all types of weather
- Breeder Houses – managing broiler breeders in a stand-alone farm or as part of an integration project
“Asia has developed into one of the leading growth markets for poultry and pig projects in general and for Agrotop in particular,” said Gavriel Pelleg Agrotop’s CMO and founding partner. “VIV Asia is an excellent opportunity for us to meet with suitable distributors with a high level of quality and service, which will enable the company to fulfil its strategy of penetrating new markets in this region.”