In response to rising demands for high quality poultry products, Norsk Kylling, owned by REMA 1000, is going to build a whole new poultry processing plant in Orkanger, Norway. The plant will be innovative in energy use and sustainability and will be the start of an industry cluster in the area with a total investment of €185 million. Now, Norsk Kyllinge has signed contracts with Cabinplant and Meyn for the procurement of processing equipment.
Norsk Kylling has undergone a major transformation. In recent years, their business has become far more sustainable and delivers top quality products to customers across Norway. Animal welfare has been given the highest priority by converting to the chicken breed Hubbard, focusing on expertise and investments in operation and technology for high animal welfare.
High-end equipment with a high degree of automation ensures that we can also offer customers high quality products at a low cost, manufactured in a responsible manner. We have prioritized animal welfare in the selection of technology for processing chickens”, says CEO of Norsk Kylling, Kjell Stokbakken.
With the processing equipment contracts signed, Norsk Kylling is now another step closer to realizing the new poultry processing plant in Orkanger. Machinery and equipment will be delivered through 2020 toward planned start-up of the factory in 2021.
“With Cabinplant and Meyn equipment, Norsk Kylling has secured leading-edge solutions in processing and handling equipment for their new plant. We are honored to be part of this ambitious project and in helping Norsk Kylling achieve their goals”, says Michael Falck Schmidt, Senior Vice President, CCO EMEA Cabinplant.
In the picture from left to right:
Mesut Ozdogan, Meyn. Robbert Birkhoff, Meyn. Terje Sjåvik, Norsk Kylling. Arild Enmo, Norsk Kylling. Håvard Staverløkk, Norsk Kylling. Aize Land, Meyn. Are Denstad, Norsk Kylling. Erlend Østerås, Norsk Kylling. Mogens Kielsgaard, Cabinplant. Claus Andersen, Cabinplant.