Description of the Project:
With their Súper-Cerdo brand, Agrosuper is the most important company in the agro-industrial field in Chile. It leads the swine market with more than 50% participation.
The Rosario Slaughterhouse Plant was built in 2001 and extended in 2005. It is located in the Sixth Region and its production capacity is 500 swine/hour, having the highest production in Chile. It exports to the main destinations of the world, Asia, America and Europe.
Poch develops this Greenfield project and it is in charge of the project management, engineering of civil structural, electrical, mechanical and piping,sanitary, refrigeration, process, automation environmental and management specialties, bidding, acquisitions, contracts, construction management, technical supervision, commissioning and start-up of each one of the systems involved.
In a 12 month period, Rosario Slaughterhouse Plant began its operations, allowing Agrosuper to be the biggest source of pork production in the country. Later, Poch also helped with the implementation of international standards in quality, environment, security and food safety management, allowing the plant to get its certification.
The construction and extension of the “Rosario” Swine Slaughterhouse Plant brought with itself a very important labor source for the Rosario area and all the Sixth Region, reaching today a total of 2,580 people hired.
Rosario Slaughterhouse Plant is today the most modern Swine Slaughterhouse of Latin America and exports its products to all five continents.
Rosario, Sixth Region.
Basic and Detail Engineering for the civil structural, electrical and instrumentation, sanitary, refrigeration, process, mechanical & piping and automation specialties. The environmental management and quality management. Project administration, bidding, contract awarding, construction management, technical inspection, commissioning and start-up.