There’s always a lot going on and we want to make sure you can easily keep up to date. Here you’ll find the latest information on what’s going on at Cobb as well as in our industry.
Today, 50 men and women from 28 countries are returning home after spending nearly two weeks at the Cobb-Vantress 2018 World Technical School in Northwest Arkansas. The company’s valued global customers and poultry partners gathered to discuss best practices and the issues facing the poultry industry.
Dan Lenihan, who introduced the Cobb breed of chickens to Ireland and contributed to its success across the UK and Europe, has died at age 79.
Eric Leow has been appointed as planning director for the Cobb Asia-Pacific region, responsible for the coordination of all Asia production centers including New Zealand, China and the Philippines.
Cobb-Vantress, Inc. purchased a 35,000 square foot office building in downtown Siloam Springs Friday.
In attracting almost 200 delegates from two customers in Thailand – Charoen Pokphand and GFPT – the Cobb Asia technical seminar in Bangkok last month proved to be one of the largest such events in recent years.
Kefayat General Trading Company has been appointed by Cobb Europe as its agent for Uzbekistan, strengthening the breed’s position in the growing market.
Two key Chinese customers - Shandong Fengxiang and Dalian Chengsan – visited the Cobb Asia office at Shanghai and had very positive reports on the breed’s performance in the Asia Pacific market.
Plans to develop RCL Foods’ own Agriculture Academy in South Africa were announced by Dr. Sanjay Maharaj, the company’s technical executive for agriculture, at a technical school organised jointly with Cobb Europe at KwaZulu-Natal.
Cobb-Brazil is investing more than one-million dollars in a new fleet of state-of-the-art chick transporters to make sure chicks arrive to customers in top condition.
Learn more about Cobb-Vantress and how the genetics company is driving the poultry industry forward at the 2018 International Poultry Processors Expo (IPPE) opening in Atlanta on January 30.
Nigel Strain was recently appointed by Cobb Europe as senior regional manager for technical services for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Integration of the Cobb-Vantress subsidiary in Brazil into the company’s Global Planning Project will help to provide supplies of breeding stock at times when disease restrictions affect supplies in the northern hemisphere.
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