Japfa (JPFA) Restores Chicken Carcass Exports to Singapore as 2024 Kicks Off

February 23, 2024, 04.10 PM  | Reporter: Vina Elvira
Japfa (JPFA) Restores Chicken Carcass Exports to Singapore as 2024 Kicks Off

ILUSTRASI. Until November this year, PT Japfa Comfeed Indonesia Tbk (JAPFA) managed to record a 3-fold increase in poultry feed exports compared to the previous year.

CORPORATE STRATEGIC - JAKARTA. PT Japfa Comfeed Indonesia Tbk (JPFA) through its subsidiary, PT Ciomas Adisatwa (Ciomas) has again recorded exports to Singapore. Almost as much as 50 tons of chicken carcasses were shipped from the Ciomas Poultry Slaughterhouse (RPHU) in Pemalang, Central Java.

In the previous year, JPFA managed to meet the demand of that country by sending chicken carcasses and live birds (live birds), which was also the first export of live birds via sea.

JPFA Director Harwanto revealed, that with the current production results, JPFA is not only able to meet the needs of the national market but also contributes to regional food security.



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“With the continuous demand from Singapore, it proves that JPFA is consistent in maintaining quality and standards by international food safety standards. This is in line with our commitment to provide quality and traceable animal protein,” Harwanto said in a press release, Friday (23/2).

In producing and distributing its products, he continued, JPFA emphasizes quality and food safety throughout its production chain.

Supported by technological advances, production experts to strict quality monitoring steps, allow JPFA to meet international standards and ensure the availability of safe and healthy poultry products.

JPFA management also ensures responsible farming practices and complies with strict environmental regulations.

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Export eligibility standards are proven by some local and international certifications, such as Avian Influenza (AI) free compartment certificates, Veterinary Control Number (NKV) certificates, halal product certificates, and the application of ISO 2200 quality issue management, Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP), and Food Safety System Certification (FSSC) 22000.

“We will always strive to continue to develop innovations and expand the destination countries of exports so that our products can be enjoyed by more people in various parts of the world. We are optimistic about the quality of the products we have, and in the future, we will establish cooperation with other countries,” concluded Harwanto.


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