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Artabas- Facco Brazil was born at the beginning of the 21st century from Nobuo Yoshikawa a 17 years old boy who just emigrated from Japan to Brazil. His witty and friendly spirit helped him to developed great skills as salesman and understand the many opportunities of the poultry market in the Country.
From Sao Paulo, Nobu brought his business to the small and productive Bastos, which would later win the honorable title of Capital of the Egg. He committed in studying and researching in the poultry farming gaining the knowledge and skills to develop a successful business. With an active and respected presence in Bastean society, he will forever be part of the history of the Capital do Ovo and of Brazilian poultry, to which he left a huge legacy. In the 70s, his son Edison, together with his wife Dulce, continued to expand and modernized Artabas commercial vision and strategic decisions, following his father's example of intelligence and versatility.
Edison has always relied on the hard work of his wife Dulce Sacramento Yoshikawa and of his sons Leandro and Leonardo and daughter Ana Paula that today work together with passion and commitment at the factory and on the family farm.
The collaboration with Facco started at the end of the 21st century. The meeting between the Brazilian and the Italian realities brought two important ingredients: empathy, which is a fundamental element for a successful association, and respect for the history of a company built with dedication and commitment in the market. Artabas- Facco Brazil is the epitome of a businesses founded in the values of family with a culture rooted in the tradition of producing with quality, making this work a force to serve various markets.

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Brazil is the world’s largest poultry exporter and third larget producer. About a third of all Brazilian chicken produced is exported to over 150 countries in the world. Brazil provides the perfect environment for chicken farming thanks to the sub-tropical climate and its sustainable farming practices. This allows good animal health and welfare conditions and environmentally-friendlier poultry production. Brazilian poultry production has a much lower CO2 footprint than that in many other jurisdictions typically associated with large-scale poultry production. Brazil produces 2.2 million eggs annually, placing the country as the sixth largest egg producer in the world. The ABPA estimates that Brazil currently produces 1,300 eggs per second. From 2019 to 2020, production increased by 9.1%, that is, to 53,533 million units.

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  • FACCO TRADING (TIANJIN) CO., LTD. Room No. 704, Tower B, Jingkai Building, No.1 Disheng North Street, 100176 BEIJING China
  • +86 10 67898025
  • facco@facco.cn

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  • ООО «ФАККО РУС» Адрес: 196006, РФ, г. Санкт-Петербург, ул. Новорощинская, д.4, лит.А, БЦ «Собрание», офис 1408-1 196006, Saint-Petersburg, Novoroshchinskaya Str., 4, Russia
  • +7 921 9515190
  • mpniggi@facco.ru

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