Official Closure GITAH and K2K projects Argentina

12-10-2015

On Thursday 26 November 2015 the formal closure of the GITAH and K2K project takes place. For this all Argentine contacts, who have contributed to the success of the project, will be invited. The meeting will be held near the city of Mar del Plata.

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New peanut processing plant in Egypt

01-07-2015

During the past 3 years, Agriment has been involved in the establishment of the first modern peanut shelling plant in Egypt. This factory was established within the framework of a PSI project as a Joint Venture between the Dutch company Katjang Pedis and Egyptian partner GrowTech.

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Incoming mission Latin American potato and onion producers

29-05-2015

Between 21 and 28 June, a group of approximately 15 to 20 South American potato- and onion producers will visit the Netherlands. Most participants are from Argentina and Brazil, but also growers from Uruguay, Chile and Colombia are expected to join.

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Potatoes

Business plan ware potatoes Ukraine

29-05-2015

Within the frame of the Plus for progress initiative in which several Dutch companies in the agricultural sector cooperate on the Ukrainian market, a business plan is being developed for the production, storage, packing and marketing of ware potatoes in Ukraine. Agriment has the lead in the development of this business plan andĀ  realises the market assessment and the financial calculations. For the technical feasibility, the companies Agritech-Profi, APH-OmniventĀ  and Difco are involved in the realisation of the business plan.

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Plus - for progress in agriculture

Seed potato demonstration Argentina

31-03-2015

Between November and March, GITAHPapa organised seed potato demonstrations at two locations in Argentina. One field was planted in Tres Arroyos in cooperation with the company Papasud. A second field was planted near Mar del Plata in cooperation with the company El Parque Papas. Both companies are renowned seed potato producers and well known in the sector.

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Potatoes