Volito is proud to announce that, as of November 1 2016, Volito is a CTB company.
CTB Inc. (www.ctbinc.com) has a long history with equipment for poultry houses through Roxell, Chore-Time, Fancom, etc. CTB is part of Berkshire Hathaway, a public company with an annual revenue over 1Billion.
Volito (www.volito.com) has a long history with aviary systems for layers and nest systems for breeders.
After Europe, the North American market now is embracing “cage-free” egg production systems very quickly and being in this market with aviary systems with a proven track record is key. Volito and CTB have been working together for some time and found that the two companies have very complimentary positions and opportunities to grow faster together.
With Volito becoming a CTB company, the combination is the fundament for a long term growth strategy to expand the leading position with aviary systems and nest systems for layers and breeders globally. Main objective is to become a leading player with cage-free housing systems in the North American market.
The potential of combining excellent products with a top global distribution channel with special strength in the North American market is enormous. Volito will grow faster, offer more opportunities for customers, business partners, and employees and make more impact in the world, being part of CTB.
Volito was setup with the objective to be a reliable business partner for the long term. Providing continuity includes taking responsibility to think beyond today and tomorrow. With this step, Volito reinforces its commitment to long term partnership, independent of generations and looks forward to a continued bright future.
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