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EBLEX and BPEX Relocate To Stoneleigh

by 5m Editor
31 July 2009, at 11:43am

UK - EBLEX (the English Beef & Lamb Executive) and BPEX (the British Pig Executive) have relocated to Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire as part of the centralisation of all Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) divisions.

Other divisions cover Cereals, Dairy, Horticulture and Potatoes.

The move will see sector companies sharing increased resources and aims to improve efficiency in the service which levy payers receive.

Richard Lowe, Sector Director for EBLEX said: "Communication and interaction with other sectors will undoubtedly be improved by this relocation, and ultimately this will offer many rewards to our levy payers." And BPEX Director Mick Sloyan said: "We have been working towards this for some time with the aim of enhancing the delivery and quality of services to our customers at less cost thereby providing even better value for money for levy payers."

EBLEX is the organisation for beef and lamb levy payers in England, and is a division of the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB). It acts to help the English beef and lamb industry boost its competitiveness and promote its products. Its aims are:

  • to encourage better returns for the English beef and lamb industry
  • to stimulate a profitable demand for quality beef and lamb
  • to champion the development of a sustainable industry through improved profitability.