A Leading Innovator in Poultry Transport
Heering delivers innovative & durable transport solutions, fully specialized for the poultry industry. We develop the latest technologies by studying the biological and physiological aspects of birds in transit. This research is implemented in all our products. From chick trucks and trailers, to all equipment needed for the transport between hatchery and poultry farm. We enable you to transport day-old chicks or hatching eggs, without the loss of quality, in any climate or weather condition.
Complete Insight into the Poultry Chain
We have been raising the standard since we started specializing in poultry transport in the ’70s. By performing in-depth biological and technical research, in close collaboration with breeding companies and academic research institutions, this specialization took shape. During those decades of research we have gained a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of the poultry chain, while working together with a diverse set of companies throughout the chain. At Heering, we keep improving our products, for you to have complete confidence in a successful delivery.
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Family-owned since 1865
The story of Heering begins in 1865, when Berend Jan van ‘t Zand started producing horse-drawn carriages for the agricultural sector. Son-in-law Gerrit Heering later introduced the production of bodyworks for delivery vehicles. His son Paul took responsibility for the family business in 1953, continuing to improve bodyworks under the company name “Carrosserie Heering”. In 1970, Gerrit Heering joined the company, starting the development of transport equipment for day-old chicks. By the end of the ‘70s, Heering had expanded into Western-Europe, and later into Africa and Russia. In 1983 Heering started providing and installing portable climate systems used for transporting day-old chicks. Gerrit’s son Patrick took over the company in 2004 and started focussing completely on transport solutions for the poultry industry. This change was also marked by further international expansion and the development of inventive poultry transport technologies.