This Week, JAPFA Again Supplies Live Chickens and Chicken Carcasses to Singapore

01 September 2023

Jakarta, September, 1 2023 – After successfully exporting live chickens to Singapore last May and July, PT Japfa Comfeed Indonesia Tbk (JAPFA), through its subsidiary, PT Ciomas Adisatwa, sent 32.4 thousand or 58.3 tons of live birds from Bintan, Riau Islands to Singapore. Besides live chickens, JAPFA also exported 1 container of chicken carcasses which was sent via Tanjung Mas Port, Semarang, Central Java.

Harwanto, Director of JAPFA stated, "The cumulative number of live chickens exported by JAPFA to Singapore has now exceeded 91 thousand since the initial shipment until today. We also extend our export offerings to include chicken carcasses, reaching a broader spectrum of consumers. We take pride in contributing to Singapore's food security, and our commitment remains steadfast in delivering quality products adhering to international food safety standards."

Concurrently with this third live chicken export, six representatives from buyers in Singapore visited JAPFA's chicken cultivation facility in Bintan, Riau Islands. Harwanto commented, "All representatives were highly impressed with the quality of our cultivation management, acknowledging that the standards of JAPFA's cultivation far surpassed their expectations. This demonstrates our ability to elevate the standards of good farming practices in the poultry industry."

With its current production output, JAPFA not only fulfills national market demands but also bolsters regional food security. Throughout its production chain, JAPFA places a strong emphasis on quality and food safety. Utilizing technological advancements, production expertise, and stringent quality monitoring measures, JAPFA consistently meets international standards, ensuring the availability of safe and healthy poultry products. This, in turn, has a positive impact on the domestic supply balance.

JAPFA upholds responsible farming practices and adheres to stringent environmental regulations. The export suitability standards are validated by various certifications, both local and international, including Avian Influenza (AI) free compartment certificates, Veterinary Control Number (NKV) certificates, halal product certificates, and adherence to ISO 2200 quality management, Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP), as well as Food Safety System Certification (FSSC) 22000.

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