Success at Agrena for Hubbard and CPGP

EGYPT - Hubbard and Cairo Poultry Grand Parent Company (CPGP) met with their leading customers at the Agrena exhibition earlier this month.
calendar icon 28 July 2009
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The evening before the XIth Agrena exhibition held in Cairo during the first week of July 2009, Hubbard and CPGP (Hubbard distributor for Egypt) gathered most of their main Hubbard customers during a dinner meeting to update them on the latest news on Groupe Grimaud and Hubbard and to share the success of the results.

Olivier Behaghel and Dr Nabil Darwish

The event, organised with the great support of Dr Nabil Darwish (Executive Managing Director of CPGP), started with a speech of Dr Nabil Darwish which was addressed by Mr Attallah Abouzeid (Manager of CPGP) followed by an update of Olivier Behaghel (Hubbard Business Director) on the various group activities and Claude Toudic (Hubbard Technical Services Manager) who gave a review on the breeding programme of the Hubbard Classic and the improvements that are in the pipeline and expected to be seen in the field very soon. The meeting was concluded with many interesting and fruitful discussions.

Despite his very busy schedule, Mr Ahmed el Khayatt (Executive Managing Direct,/emor of the CPC group of companies) was also able to join the group and received much of appreciation for his presence of all attendees of the seminar.

The Agrena exhibition turned out to be very good and well attended. It delivered Hubbard many new orders for the Hubbard products.

above: Participants at the pre-Agrena meeting (above)
below: from left to right: Dr Awadalla, Dr Darwish, Ahmed el Khayatt, Olivier Behaghel, Mr Attallah and Eng. Moh. Malaa

At the end of the exhibition, Mr Behaghel concluded together with Dr Nabil Darwish, "Hubbard has always been committed to support the development of the Egyptian poultry industry since many years.

And also now Hubbard gives that little bit extra to help their clients to fill their currently empty houses, caused by the difficult period the industry had to face. But as the market is starting to recover now, the outlook for the future is much brighter!"

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