InspiraFarms is further expanding its presence across Africa with the establishment of a regional office representation for Southern Africa, based in Harare, Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe has become a key market for InspiraFarms, with the Zimbabwean horticultural sector growing rapidly in response to the increasing demand for fresh fruit and vegetables in the European Union (EU), UK, Middle East, Far East and regional markets. The expansion in demand is also calling for growing use of cold chain infrastructures that easily meet international standards for exports, are affordable, with lower energy use to minimise the carbon footprint reports www.logupdateafrica.com
"For Zimbabwe growers to take full advantage of the opportunity we are seeing increasing interest in on-farm and near farm cold chain to reduce wastage, increase quality and boost revenues. InspiraFarms with smart, clean cold chain is uniquely well placed to meet this demand,” said Julian Mitchell, CEO, InspiraFarms.
InspiraFarms’ team designs first-mile, on-farm pre-cooling cold chain and food handling solutions, which are made up of the best European technologies. These components include high-end efficient panels, poly structures, refrigeration equipment, electronics and data recording, and monitoring technology. This unique design goes well beyond a refrigeration ‘Cold Air’ solution.