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Petersime to Show Hatchery Expertise, BioStreamer Re-Store at VIV Asia

27 February 2015

THAILAND - Petersime will be present at VIV Asia 2015, exhibiting its hatchery and incubation expertise and latest innovations.

In its role as international platform on animal production and meat processing, VIV Asia showcases the industry's developments by the 'Feed to Meat 'concept. With exhibitors from 40 countries, it offers a unique selection, compromising global market leaders and regional as well as national Asian players of growing importance.

At VIV Asia 2015, Petersime’s hatchery and incubation expertise will be put in the spotlight.

Petersime can assist you in optimising your entire hatchery performance by looking beyond your incubators. We offer incubation training and hatchery management courses to help you get the most out of your hatchery.

If you have a specific query on your hatchery’s performance you would like to see answered, use this link and get a chance of winning a free admission to the Petersime Hatchery Management Training.

Furthermore, the company will put its latest products on display. Petersime is extremely proud of its newest innovation: the BioStreamer Re-Store™. This incubator warms up the eggs for short periods of time during storage, restoring a considerable part of the hatch decrease. This new technology leads to significant performance improvements of your overall hatchery operation, leading to a maximised profit for life.

That is just one reason to meet Petersime in Bangkok. Its sales staff and incubation and hatchery experts hope to welcome you at its booth, Hall 106/E001. They will gladly answer all your questions and provide all information desired.

VIV Asia 2015 takes place in Bangkok from 11 to 13 March.

You can pre-register here for free entrance to the show.

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