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28 May 2018

Ceva New Technology Summit Philippines: a sneak peek into the future of poultry farming >

Ceva holds a forum for poultry industry stakeholders in Manila, Philippines on May 3.

15 April 2018

Top Swine Veterinary Practitioner Group partners with Ceva Philippines for New Learnings >

The Philippine Porcine Practitioners, Inc (PPPI), the most prestigious professional swine organization in the country held its first exclusive continuing education initiative and invited Ceva Animal Health (Philippines) as its knowledge partner. The first Swine Key Opinion Leader (KOL) expert panel meet was spearheaded by Dr. Michael Quilitis, Veterinary Technical Services (VTS) Manager last March...

19 February 2017

Ceva Santé Animale Given European Commission Go Ahead to Acquire Merial Assets from Boehringer Ingelheim >

The European Commission recently gave its approval for the transfer to Ceva Santé Animale of nine products developed and currently marketed by Merial.

2 July 2016

“They succeed, because they think they can” -Virgil >

Thank you for making Ceva proud - Dr. Mike Quilitis and Dr. Mel Umandal!!!!   Early in 2016, Dr. Michael Felipe Quilitis, Ceva Philippines’ Veterinary Technical Services Manager, Swine Business, was accepted as a fellow of the Philippine College of Swine Practitioners (PCSP). Mike fulfilled the challenging requirementsfor membership into the elite and prestigious organization within a year of application....

5 June 2016

Ceva Animal Health Philippines Enters Neonatal Coccidiosis Market with Cevazuril >

Last April 15, Ceva Animal Health Philippines invited selected some of the Philippines’ biggest swine raisers and key opinion leaders as it launched Cevazuril during the Hog Raisers Convention at the SMX Convention Center in Bacolod City.   The intimate dinner affair was opened by Ceva Philippines’ Country Manager Levi Directo where 75 of the most relevant clients were invited. The technical discussion...

5 June 2016

Newcastle Disease Issues Prompts Ceva Philippines’ to Extend Expertise to Farmers >

The Northern part of Luzon, Philippines’ biggest island has been challenged early this year by Newcastle disease (ND) which resulted in significant damages that left farmers grasping for answers and remedies.     In response to numerous requests for assistance, Ceva Animal Health Philippines immediately went out to investigate reports. The Philippine government, through the Bureau of Animal Industry...

5 June 2016

Ceva Animal Health Philippines joins the 25th National Hog Convention >

Ceva Animal Health Philippines exhibited its distinct products and services to hog raisers in the Philippines during the 25th National Hog Convention held at the SMX Convention City in Bacolod City, an island in Southern Philippines. It is an annual event organized by a majority of the largest swine raisers in the country that aims to bring updates and new technology to the swine industry. It is participated...

5 June 2016

New Apps and Egginject Showcased by Ceva Philippines at the INAHGEN Farmers Congress 2016. >

Ceva Philippines joined one of the biggest expos in 2016, the International Animal Health, Genetics and Nutrition (INAHGEN) Congress held last February 24-26, 2016. INAHGEN boasted of having over 400 exhibitors and 40,000 local and international guests during the three day exhibition. The Ceva teams showcased their latest offerings aimed at improving farm productivity through quality and value-based...

24 May 2015

Ceva Philippines Partners with San Miguel Foods Inc. for the 2015 Technical Forum >

Ceva’s partnership with San Miguel Foods Inc. was evident in the recently concluded SMFI Technical Forum 2015.

20 May 2015

Vectormune FP-MG Launched in the Philippines >

The challenge was executing a 15 minute product launch without sacrificing the message, plus the fact that the the launch was during lunch time, posed a big concern for the Ceva Philippine team. “We were afraid that people will not pay attention because they will be hungry and tired coming from a heavy schedule of lectures. We were very conscious of their short attention span!” remarked Dr. Mel Umandal,...

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