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Rooster Poultry Scoops gold medal at 2018 International Convention

Future Farms Limited trading as Rooster Poultry, scooped a Gold Medal during the International Con­vention on Quality Control Circles (ICQCC) 2018 at the Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore from October
30 Oct 2018 10:26
Rooster Poultry Scoops gold medal at 2018 International Convention
From left: Rescue Safety Manager, Samuela Naisua, Kakushin Team memebers, Lavenia Ranadi,Tareek Jamil Rooster Poultry General Manager Stanley Raniga,Taina Dau and Sunil Kumar. Photo: Waisea Nasokia

Future Farms Limited trading as Rooster Poultry, scooped a Gold Medal during the International Con­vention on Quality Control Circles (ICQCC) 2018 at the Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore from October 22-25.

The four-member team was led by Kakushin Team manager, Lavenia Ranadi alongside Taina Dau, Tareek Jamil and Sunil Kumar.

Rooster Poultry Quality Assurance manager Lavenia Ra­nadi, 30, said: “We never doubted that we would bring back the gold award which is something very big in a world stage.

“When we look at where we came from, just a small com­pany in Ba and making a big impact in the world stage where big companies such as Toyota and others from Japan to Sin­gapore are part of.

“They came with expectations and aiming to win, but we managed to go above their levels to win a gold medal which is something very big.

“For us a very small company in Ba, we never dreamt that we could win something like this.”

Rooster Poultry general manager Stanley Raniga, said the win was dedicated to all the employees in the company who were part of the wonderful process.

He said: “Being recognised at international level such as the Convention on Quality shows the resilience and determina­tion of our people and it is reflected in such accolades.”

The team was also accompanied by Rooster Poultry Risk and Safety manager Samuela Naisua, and FNU’s NTPC fa­cilitator Bob Kolitagane.

About ICQCC 2018

ICQCC 2018 showcased cutting-edge trends, projects and practices embraced by teams across the globe, spanning a wide variety of business improvement applications in to­day’s age of digitisation and economic disruption.

Over the past 42 years, the ICQCC has been regarded as the de facto international event for work improvement teams to pitch their projects to an independent pool of international assessors, with the intent of attaining international recogni­tion and cross-learning.

Annually, ICQCC attracts between an average of 1,500 del­egates from more than 330 teams across the 13 economies and beyond.

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