“Quality, less loss, more profit.” This was the name of the Hortimaq/UPM webinar last June 25th, for which more than 150 representatives of fruit and vegetable exports from Mexico registered, where participants had the opportunity to learn more about quality solutions for exporters.
With a broad program with panelists from the international companies Otflow, BioXTEND, Liquidseal, Oxyion, Aweta. Each panelist gave a brief explanation of how their technologies add value to the supply chain of exports from Mexico to all markets.
Carlos Quintana and Lia Bijnsdorp.
Hortimaq and UPM have become allies as they share values and especially the vision of further professionalizing the export sector of perishables in Mexico and thus provide certainty of better-quality export products from Mexico. Improving results for exporters means a continuous search for the weak links in the chain to help exporters strengthen all processes for better results and more profits.
As one of the main complaints among exporters is the adjustments to the sales accounts on arrival at destination, the general export sector in Mexico is now focused on improving all aspects of the chain from pre-harvest, post-harvest, as well logistics and post-arrival practices.
With more than 15 years of experience in the agro-export sector, Hortimaq has made a careful selection of companies with high quality and cost-effective products for its customers. Hortimaq has a technical and personalized support staff, as this is the key factor in the implementation of technology. Hortimaq is distributor of the Dutch companies Aweta, Liquidseal Otflow, as well as BioXTEND and Oxyion.
United Producers of Mexico presented the Express Sea Route program of 12 days from Mexico to the Netherlands, which will start the end of August 2020.