Nourish Poultry & Hatchery commits to feeding Bangladesh with Petersime
“We Breed, We Feed, We Nourish”. With this motto, Khaled Group of Companies founded Nourish Poultry & Hatchery in 1999 in the city of Dhaka. Ever since, this company has been focusing on the nourishment of individuals, households and the society in Bangladesh.
Nourish Poultry & Hatchery covers different business activities in the poultry chain, going from breeding grandparent and parent stock to hatching high quality day-old chicks and producing qualitative poultry feed.
Through enhanced productivity and accessibility of assured quality animal protein source, Nourish aims to eliminate the malnutrition problem and feed the undernourished people in the country. With their “Farmers First” approach, they want to ensure farmer profit by offering them day-old chicks of the best quality. Moreover, it is the only company in Bangladesh supporting farmers by offering them 2% chicks for free.
Top quality is of the utmost importance in the operations of Nourish as well. For this reason, they work with Petersime incubators, as these are designed and built to maximize their hatchery performances technically as well as economically.
“Next to incubators with a good hatchability and easy operation, we chose Petersime before because of their long experience in incubation and the knowledge they had. However, we really attach great importance to service. That’s why we were glad to hear that Petersime wants to be closer to the customer, accompany them in solving their issues and sharing knowledge with them. This convinced us to continue working with them.”, states Mr. Nazmul Ahsan Khaled, Managing Director of Nourish Poultry & Hatchery.
Their new installation of BioStreamer™ setters and hatchers with Operational Excellence™ technology will allow them to go great lengths in their “Farmers First” strategy. This will have a positive effect on their food conversion rate and reduce the number of uneven chicks.
Thanks to this commitment, not only Nourish Poultry and Hatchery but also the farmers in Bangladesh will maximize their profit for life.