Description of the Project:
Agrosuper is the most important agro-industrial company in Chile, with over 60% participation in the chicken breeding market. In 2008 the San Vicente Slaughterhouse Plant represents more than half of the capacity of Agrosuper chicken slaughtering.
It was built in 1993, and was completely destroyed in a fire undergone in 2006. This plant was rebuilt and functioning again in less than a year.
Poch developed the entire engineering of the project, Detail Engineering for the civil structural, electric and instrumentation, mechanical and piping, sanitary, refrigeration, process and automation specialties. It was in charge of the project management, procurement, awarding, construction management, technical supervisions of the sites, commissioning and start-up of each one of the systems involved.
In a record time of 10 months, the San Vicente Slaughterhouse Plant began its operations allowing Agrosuper to maintain its commercial commitments and its social role within the community of San Vicente de Tagua Tagua. Later, Poch also helped with the implementation of international standards in quality management, environmental, security and food harmlessness, helping the plant to obtain the ISO 22000, HACCP, IFS and BRC (GFS) certifications.
It is worthy to high-light that throughout the rebuilding period its 2.000 employees maintained their jobs inside the plant and in other plants of the company, mitigating the social impact produced by the halting of their activities.
Today the San Vicente Slaughterhouse Plant is the most modern Slaughterhouse for Poultry industry in Latin America and exports its products to all five continents.
Faenadora San Vicente Ltda.
Sixth Region, Chile.
Capacity of production:
Entire Engineering, project administration, procurement, contract awarding, construction management, technical inspection, commissioning and processes complete automation.