Puebla-based company Rancho Nexo will be exhibiting CO2 Delivery Solutions™technology at the GreenTech Americas Conference hosted in Queretaro Centro de Congresos QRO, Mexico from April 27-29, 2022. This is the second edition of the GreenTech Americas Conference designed for all professionals involved in horticultural technology in Mexico and the Latin America region. The exhibition focuses on the front end of the horticultural production chain.
Representatives from CO2 GRO will participate with Rancho Nexo and assist with the installation of a Technology Trial that was announced on April 7, 2022, for Bresca Hortalizas S.P.R. de R.L. which operates a 4 Ha (10 acres) new greenhouse in the State of Puebla, Mexico.
Aaron Archibald, VP of Sales & Strategic Alliances commented, “We are delighted to be participating in the second GreenTech Americas Conference with our sales and marketing partner Rancho Nexo. The first Mexico ag-tech conferences we participated in were very successful in facilitating introductions with several protected ag Mexican growers. At 6 billion square feet, Mexico is the second-largest protected ag market globally and as such represents an enormous opportunity for CO2 GRO and Rancho Nexo.
I will be attending the GreenTech Americas Conference with Rancho Nexo then we will be conducting site visits with some of the largest and most influential greenhouse operators in Mexico. Conferences focused on protected ag is a key tool the Company employs to develop sales opportunities with growers”.
About Rancho Nexo Rancho Nexo
Rancho Nexo, based in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, and Mexico City, is dedicated to connecting the world with the power of technology by bringing together innovators and global channel partners. Rancho Nexo was founded to help innovative tech companies reach broader markets in a shorter period of time. “We represent advanced technology firms in Latin American Markets and offer their innovative solutions to companies looking to revolutionize their performance”.
Source: GreenTech Americas
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