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Transavia opens new chicken breeding farm

2012-04-11 11:03:57

 Romanian company Transavia, operating  locally  15  chicken breeding farms announced  it opened a new facility at Cristuru Secuiesc, in Harghita county, where it plans to breed over 2 million chickens yearly. The new farm will operate 36 production halls and it will function with 30 employees. According  to Ioan Popa, general manager of  Transavia, the new farm will produce an yearly 5,500 tones but the production capacity will be sustain following the latest additions to the incubators station, the feed plant at Sintimbru and the butchery from Oiejdea. With an overall  yearly production capacity exceeding 50,000 tones of chicken meet  obtained from 15 farms, Transavia also operates two breeding  farms and two incubator stations, a plant for feed, two industrial butchery  plants, one plant for processing meet and two vegetable farms in Romania. In 2010, Transavia reported a turnover exceeding 100 million and a gross profit of EUR 7.5 million. 



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