The European poultry division 2 Sisters Storteboom, part of 2 Sisters Food Group, has signed a contract with Evonik for using its intelligent poultry management software Porphyrio to manage its poultry supply chain.
“In order to keep and improve our competitive position in the European market, we see the need for more organisation and communication in the supply chain,” said Harm Laros, managing director at 2 Sisters Storteboom and head of European Poultry. “We strongly believe in the holistic approach of big data and biostatistics backed up with the nutritional and health expertise.”
The company supplies KFC and McDonald’s as well as major retailers such as Aldi and Jumbo. 2 Sisters Storteboom is part of the Birmingham-based 2 Sisters Food Group with more than 40 manufacturing sites across the UK, Netherlands, and Poland.
Porphyrio is a cloud-based software for collecting, processing, and analysing livestock data in poultry meat and egg production. The Porphyrio software enables livestock producers to better manage, predict, and optimise operations with the help of big data, biostatistics, and smart algorithms. Porphyrio is the digital pillar of Evonik’s precision livestock farming business.