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Bairaha Farms opens DOC sales office at Kochchikade


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From left: Guest Mohamed Imtiaz, Executive Director Riyal Yakoob, Managing Director Yakooth Naleem, Operations Director Imtizam Wahid, Bairaha General Manager (Marketing Services)



The modern and the newest Day Old Chicks Sales Office of Bairaha Farms PLC was ceremonially opened by its Managing Director Yakooth Naleem on 28 November. 

The ceremony was graced by the Executive Director Riyal Yakoob, Director Operations Imtizam Wahid, General Manager (Marketing Services) Claver Fernando,Senior Managers and Officers as well as many other prominent businessmen including Managing Directors and Chief Executive Officers representing other poultry meat processing companies and farms in the country.

The new DOC Sales Office which is located at the heart of the Kochchikade Town off Negombo, enjoys a greater visibility and designed with the concept of modern and state of the art interior settings with the objective of enhancing the customer convenience as well as fulfilling its avowed and primary concern of ensuring that the customers receive an efficient and the highest quality of innovative service. The added advantage for the customers is the availability of ample parking space within the office premises.

The opening of this modern and aesthetically constructed office signifies the embodiment of a new journey for Bairaha Farms PLC in that elaborate plans are already afoot to modernise and upgrade all its existing facilities such as its Head Office in Colombo with the latest interior designing in order to provide a new experience for all of their valued customers as well as to create a conducive  and fitting environment for it employees to carry out their assigned tasks with renewed vigour and overwhelming enthusiasm.

 


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