Chicken processing plant
Paygir processing unit is a modern slaughter machinery which founded in 2001 and renovated in 2011 according to the latest European technology.
Chickens are inspected daily by an accredited veterinarian and a processing plant member to satisfy all the regulations regarding to food safety and quality control.
The processing plant includes:
1- Slaughter line with production capacity of 2000 bph (birds per hour). It has a 400m chilling room and a sorting machine with accuracy of 15 grams.
2- Cut-up and portioning line with capacity of 3000 tons per year.
3- Freezers and cold storage rooms including 3 tunnel freezers with capacity of 30 tons in -35 Celsius and 5 cold rooms with storage capacity of up to 600 tons of frozen meat in -20 Celsius.
4- Ice machines with daily product of 800 ice blocks.
5- Waste water treatment plant:
The treatment is comprehensive and is performed in pretreatment, primary and secondary Phases treatments.
Treated water which satisfies environmental related standards then goes to the agricultural farms nearby to be used as highly nutrient source.
6- Transportation section is responsible for transporting live birds from broiler farms to processing plant and then the processed meat to the sales market.
7- Poultry meal as one of the main by-products of slaughterhouse which consists of the milled, rendered, and cleaned parts of the carcasses. Poultry meal is an excellent source of protein.
8- In-built laboratories which regularly control the quality of:
– Delivered chicks from farms to the plant
– All the different products and by-products
– Water and ice
– All the cleaning agents and Disinfectants
9- HSE (Health, Safety and Environment) department which is responsible for physical and mental wellbeing of employees by conducting processes and procedures identifying potential hazards, developing best practices to reduce or remove those hazards, and then training employees for accident prevention, accident response, etc.