Granja Crusvi Chooses SmartPro

SPAIN - Catalonian integration, Granja Crusvi, is among the first in the world to adopt Pas Reform's latest advancement in hatchery technologies.
calendar icon 16 April 2010
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The company is to renovate part of its existing hatchery, replacing its entire hatcher capacity with the new SmartProTM system, launched this year.

The Reus-based integration was also among the first to adopt Pas Reform's SmartSetTM setters, when they launched in 2005.

Evarist Caparo, general manager of Granja Crusvi, said: "The technical results we achieved with Smart have been fundamental to our continuing growth over the past four years and we are once again impressed – this time with the new 'modular design' concept of the SmartPro hatchers.

"It is a unique offering in the hatchery sector. SmartPro retains all the strength of modular, single-stage incubation, while further enhancing climate control on a larger scale, to deliver reliably robust day-old chicks."

Pas Reform's representative in Spain, Jaume Sauntaularia, explains: "Having worked with Granja Crusvi for the last five years, we are very pleased that our continuing collaboration has culminated in the first phase of a complete hatchery remodelling – and delighted that Granja Crusvi yet again shows its pioneering side – to be the first SmartPro adopter in Spain."


left to right: Pablo Torres, Javier Asensio and Bouke Hamminga (Director of International Sales and Business Development for Pas Reform Hatchery Technologies), Evarist Caparo and Jaume Santaularia.
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