September 29, 2008


SKOV installs over 400 climate controllers in Thai broiler houses


SKOV, through its sales office in Bangkok, has made agreements about supplying climate controllers to 450 broiler houses in Thailand.


The company says that SKOV A/S in Denmark will supply climate controllers to 450 broiler houses on 5 poultry farms in Thailand. The houses will be equipped with DOL 339 climate computers providing optimum possibilities for regulation of the climate in livestock houses.


SKOV sales manager, Amnat Koenchi said that this is the company's largest individual order in Thailand so far. It concerns the installation of their most advanced climate computer ventilating according to the Tunnel principle.


Installation will take place on 5 poultry farms that are in for renovation. The farms are owned by Leamthong, a private integration owning feed mills, breeder production, broiler production and slaughterhouses. Leamthong's products are sold both locally in Thailand and are exported to neighbouring countries. The integration has a production of approximately 1.5 million day-old chickens per week.


The company states that the first 44 climate controllers will be ready to be installed in early November. Koenchi said the remaining climate computers, just over 400, will be installed at the end of November/beginning of December on the 4 other poultry farms.


SKOV is an industry leader on the international market for climate control and production monitoring of animal production, customising systems to make it possible for customers to benefit from local climatic and production conditions and therefore achieve the best possible results.

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