J. Huete Greenhouses has recently started the construction of a new global project in Senegal of 20 hectares which includes a supermarket where the fresh products will be made available to the local population. The aim of the Project is to produce fresh and first quality food and make them available to the local population, while boosting the local economy, creating new jobs and at the same time reducing the carbon footprint.
This holistic project includes the installation of greenhouse structures with nursery, greenhouses and open field plantations. With this infrastructure, J. Huete Greenhouses, a company active in the design and implementation of agricultural projects all around the world, will provide ideal growing conditions for a range of local vegetables and fruits. This completes the entire production chain, from the planting of the seed to the consumption of healthy products. From the field to the table. In Senegal for the Senegalese.
This multifaceted project in Senegal includes the following technological equipment:
· 8 hectares of production under greenhouses,
· 11 hectares of open-air production,
· 1,000 sqm of seedbeds,
· 3,000 sqm of conditioning center
· 30,000 m3 reservoir
This large-scale project is expected to generate significant economic growth and create new employment opportunities in the region. J. Huete Greenhouses is proud to be part of this initiative, providing technical expertise and advanced technology to support sustainable agriculture and promote local development.
"We are delighted to be involved in this important project, which reflects our commitment to sustainable and innovative agricultural practices," says Javier Huete, CEO of the company. "Our aim is to provide greenhouse technology of the highest quality, tailored to the specific needs of our customers, and to contribute to the economic and social development of the regions in which we operate."
J. Huete Greenhouses continues to develop its work in the greenhouse and agricultural technology sector after three decades of successful work. It is also a new project in Africa with positive ramifications outside the agricultural sector and directly affecting the social and employment dynamism of the region.