Vinovo sets foot in Peru

Don Pollo Group will be the first user of our Vinovo Select Line in Peru! The new turn-key hatchery will be fully Viscon automated, including our newly developed stress-free chick processing line!

The hatchery will contain a manual sexing position line, waste handling equipment, and systems for cleaning and drying of all product carriers. When live, the new hatchery will have an annual capacity of 35 mln chicks and is scheduled to be operational at the end of 2018.

The Don Pollo Group was founded 30 years ago in Tarapoto, Peru. The group currently employs over 1,500 people all over Peru and is rapidly expanding.

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