Chinese Seminar Offers Insight into Cobb

CHINA - Following Cobb's successful exhibit at the recent VIV Asia show in Thailand where the Cobb 500 holds more than a 55 per cent market share, a seminar was held in China for more than 50 of the country's largest integrated chicken producers.
calendar icon 26 April 2011
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The two-day seminar in Zhuhai was organised and hosted by Beijing Poultry Breeding Company (BPBC), Cobb's distributor in China, with invited speakers from key government departments and industry professionals.

Cobb supported the seminar with four keynote speakers, headed by president Jerry Moye, who explained how Cobb is expanding to supply an increasing share of the global market, with Asia the fastest growing region for the company.

Steven Xu, general manager of live production, CP Qingdao, with Duncan Granshaw, Cobb Asia general manager, at the Cobb seminar in China

Dr Mitch Abrahamsen, vice president of research and development, described the new investment in people and technology and also outlined Cobb's extensive investment in what is one of the largest commercial genomics programs in the world.

Cobb Asia general manager, Duncan Granshaw, talked about use of new and old technology in the poultry industry, emphasising that Cobb products perform very well in traditional facilities but how simple technology can improve management and performance in all facilities including the most modern.

Charles Calvert, regional sales and technical manager, described how Cobb helps producers to get the optimum performance through the company's highly regarded technical team working in Asia. Strategically placed throughout the region, the team is always close by for support as well as being able to draw on the extensive specialist World Technical Support Team.

The Cobb speakers were supported by Cobb-Vantress sales manager in China, Denny Chan, who has worked with Cobb products and customers in China for more than 10 years.

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