Meyn Opens New Head Quarters with Gift to Foodbank08 June 2012
NETHERLANDS - On Tuesday, 5 June Meyn Food Processing Technology officially opened their new international head quarters.
The state-of-the-art head quarters and manufacturing facility is developed to strengthen Meyn’s position as global leader in poultry processing solutions.
With an impressive loud bang on a two metre-wide Japanese drum, the international head quarters were announced officially opened.
In order to express their involvement in society, environment and sustainability, Meyn donated chicken to all 27,500 clients of the Dutch Food Bank.
Over 22,000 kilos in 70,000 portions of chicken were presented to the Clara Sies, founder of the Dutch Food Bank which celebrates their 10th year anniversary.
The generous gift was handed over in the presence of international guests, local officials and the full staff of 600 employees of Meyn in the Netherlands.
In his opening speech Han Defauwes, President and CEO of Meyn, said: “Meyn is global leader in poultry processing solutions. We have successfully developed our services to encompass the entire poultry processing value chain, providing market leading efficiency to the industry. With CTB as a recent new owner, we will be able to continue our successful strategy to further build our leading position in the poultry processing industry. We are delighted to be part of CTB and we are looking forward to develop Meyn together with CTB by serving our customers with a broader range of products. Our new head quarters are a proud home base for further development.”