The History

1922. Poultry Processing Company started in Szentes.

Buildings of Plc.

Defeathering

Packing process

Transport of poultry in 1920-30’s

Poultry warehouse

 

1946. The private company was nationalised.

Pictures of 1940-1990

Modernised production hall

Combined evisceration

Combined processing

Cutting department

Evisceration in the 80’s

 

1990. Formation of Hungerit Ltd.

Central Packaging Dept. (Rapistan-Lande compartment roller conveyor system)

 

1992. Formation of Hungerit Plusz Ltd

Production line of breaded products (plant II)

Packaging

Packaging of breaded products

 

1994. Hungerit Plusz Ltd’s new breaded products factory was opened.  Gold-M Ltd acquired the poultry processing factory in Szentes.

1997. The before mentioned three companies merged and Hungerit Company was formed.

2006. Hungerit was transformed to a public limited company.

The newest developments from 2006 to the present day

Darfresh packaging line was installed (2007)

Chicken tray, protective athmosphere packaging machine (ULMA)

Closed coverage was built in front of factory buildings

Offices and staff entrance

Closed gangway was built between the central changing rooms and production halls

 

2007. Hungerit was the first Company in Hungary to invest in the Stork automated anatomic chicken cutting system
2010. Modernisation of breaded production plant
2011. Conversion of duck evisceration line to automatic evisceration installed
2012. Modernisation of the primary chicken processing line

2014. Construction of the new livestock transportation and handling system was completed

The largest investment in 2014 for Hungerit is the new livestock transportation and handling system.

The primary purpose of the development is to meet the animal welfare standards.  It provides effective and animal-welfare friendly conditions for loading and transporting birds from farms to processing. The modernisation of the livestock transport system was parallel with the transformation of livestock handling, arrival and hanging system, resulting in gentler handling.