Genetic progress, expansion into new markets or recovery of old customers as well as internal innovations – no matter which area, the signs at H&N are based on forward-looking progress and success.

Technical innovations can make our lives easier, whether in the private sector or in the poultry industry. A big step in this direction is our online ordering system, which we would like to introduce to you again in this issue. It represents for all sides a simplification and considerable improvement of the entire ordering process. Fast and direct contact with us, taking special customer requests into account, avoidance of communication errors and problems in advance are just some of the advantages. The tool offers also an overview of already delivered flocks and provides you with a production forecast as soon as you place your online order. Consequently, we are also focusing on developing new apps and programs, aimed at enabling you to manage our breed better and simplifying your daily work processes. This issue devotes special attention to our data collection and flock management program “Flockman4you”. The worldwide database which we build up with this tool and the possibility to compare your flocks with similar flocks is a valuable and interesting evaluation. 

Of course, our success concept is not only technology-based, but also derives its strength from the aspects that have always distinguished us: an outstanding product and excellent after sales service and customer relationships. As a result, we are optimising our internal structures and constantly expanding our workforce, e.g. with our newcomers Xavier Arbe and Fernando Carrasquer in the technical service department, to ensure that these components continue to work for you. Technical innovation and a promising infrastructure are the means to make collaboration with our customers as profitable as possible for all stakeholders. Numerous training courses on our part worldwide and the technical contributions of our experts at various events organised by our customers, or on a consultancy basis, serve this purpose. 

Finally, we would like to draw your attention to our new publication: “H&N technical TIPS”. This is a technical publication, issued on a regular basis, which always deals with one specific topic. The first issue of our “H & N technical TIPS” covers the nutrition sector and can already be downloaded on our website www.hn-int.com.


But for now, enjoy reading our latest issue of Facts that Figure.


Sincerely yours,

Javier Ramírez Villaescusa 

Managing Director