Mexican agro delegation visits the Netherlands with MexiCultura

From 10 to 17th of June MexiCultura organised a mission to the Netherlands for the Mexican agrosector. Besides a growers and investors also Mr. Diaz Belmonte (AMHPAC),Mr. Beltran (CAADES) and the new director of FOCIR Dr. Ibarra participated in the visit.

The mission focused on the solutions that exist for Mexican protected agriculture considering technology, knowledge, new products and markets. The Dutch agricultural sector offers a broad range of expertise with a proven track record in Mexico.

During the mission good examples were shown and discussed that offer opportunities to develop the sector in Mexico. Including technologies like the use of geothermal energy for greenhouses, new ornamental products and markets, agroparks, logistics and chain management, sustainable production and added value.

During the visits enthusiastic discussions between the Mexican delegation and Dutch growers and experts resulted in a valuable knowledge and experience sharing.

Furthermore with a visit to the Greentech expo the delegation took the opportunity to expand their network at the largest expo focused on protected agriculture with visitors from all over the world.

Besides agriculture there was time to visit the beautiful and cultural parts of Holland during this sunny time of the year.

The mission was a great success and MexiCultura is looking forward to continue to strengthen the Mexican and Dutch networks. MexiCultura is organising a follow-up mission to the Netherlands including a visit to the Fruit Logistica expo in Berlin. This mission will take place from 1 - 7 February 2015.

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Source: Agri News Mexico newsletter, editor Leonora Hammer

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