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HatchTech Inaugurates Production Facility in Ukraine

07/02/2019

HatchTech celebrated the opening of a production facility in Baryshevska, near KievUkraine. The investment will support the continuous growth of HatchTech by manufacturing and assembling incubators, HatchTraveller vehicles and other equipment.

 

The grand opening ceremony was attended by numerous guests, including the District Governor and the Mayor of Baryshivka, representatives of the Dutch Embassy, Tjitze Meter, CEO of HatchTech and Yuriy Shutovskyy, CEO of HatchTech, Ukraine. The HatchTech team and nearly 200 attended the opening and ribbon-cutting ceremonies.

 

Tjitze Meter commented “In operation for over 20 years, HatchTech Ukraine is a strategic part of our business and I am excited about the possibilities this new facility will deliver. He added “with this expansion we will be able to continue to support our customers all over the world and deliver the best incubation equipment available to help hatch chicks of superior quality. We are grateful to and proud of our team here that made this event possible and thank the Ukraine government for their support in constructing this new facility.” 

 

HatchTech was founded in 1996 and currently has more than 200 employees. As a leading supplier to the poultry industry HatchTech enables poultry companies worldwide to achieve consistently superior hatch results. Drawing on its unique expertise in early-stage chick development, HatchTech creates research-proven products for incubation, chick transport and post-hatch brooding, as well as efficient installations, maintenance and training services. With headquarters in the Netherlands and offices in China and Ukraine, the company services customers in over 40 countries.


 
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