New Anthoney’s Farms Adopt SmartPro Incubation12 June 2012
SRI LANKA - New Anthoney’s Farms (pvt) Ltd has contracted Pas Reform to supply a SmartPro™ single-stage incubation system for its new hatchery in Attanagalla, Sri Lanka.
The company, one of the country’s foremost poultry producers, will install SmartPro™ 77 incubators, with a full climate control system and automated Candling and Transfer to complete the commission.
As an independently developed producer, committed to quality, New Anthoney’s Farms is in a unique position, with the new single-stage hatchery joining associated broiler houses, breeder houses and a feed mill (in Indolamulla and Thiththapaththara) and processing (in Hanwella) up to international standards, to complete the integration.
K.A. Emil Stanley, the company’s chairman and managing director, said, “New Anthoney Farms selected Pas Reform’s SmartPro™ technologies to support our vision and commitment to providing the best quality, hygienic chicken products to health conscious consumers in Sri Lanka.”
The company, situated at Yattowita, Tittapattara, Hanwella in Sri Lanka, was founded in 1986 by Mr. Stanley and his wife, Mari Seetha Lakshmi, whose business acumen contributed significantly to steering New Anthoney’s success. An LLC since 2002, the company’s rapid expansion processes are managed and coordinated by chief executive officer, Mr. Preethi De Silva Kanakarathne.
Product quality is monitored continuously, backed up with HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) and GMP (good manufacturing) systems, ISO 22000, HALAL and TQM. New Anthoney's Farms chicken products are widely acknowledged for their quality by end customers and corporate clients, including blue chip company John Keells, Buhari Hotel and top restaurants.
Dr Tan ee Seng of Pas Reform concludes, “Mr Emil is putting New Anthoney’s Farms at the forefront of the poultry industry of Sri Lanka, and Pas Reform Hatchery Technologies is proud to be associated with his vision for quality and expansion for the future.”
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