Multinational Vitra and the community of growers came together to add value to the agronomy production chain: carbon footprint, financing and process traceability.
An alliance between multinational grain business Vitra and the community of growers seeks to promote agronomy digital revolution further development of agriculture sector scalable stability system,
Both the companies are looking to add value to the production chain new carbon footprint measurementsolution of financing and improve process traceability, It aims to “promote an exponential qualitative leap in the Argentine countryside through the volume and accuracy of the data contained in the agrology community”, Nayak explained.
agricultural science defines itself as the first Digital community of the Argentine countrysidePromoted by two companies, renowned agricultural producers, and Finnegans and Elbor management systems Most important in the field.
This business development has added Vitera as a new strategic partner, present in more than 37 countries with more than 18,000 employees, one of the world’s largest agricultural networks that “brings producers and consumers the products they need.” that connects to permanent, identifiable and quality controlled”,
The agreement between Vitra and Agrologie envisages the development of first carbon footprint tests, traceability in production processes, Permanent Certificate and Customized Solutions of agricultural producers who make up the agronomy community.
In the first phase, producers will be able to access high-demand markets and sell soybeans at a better price With 2BSvs certification, which covers the entire supply chain from manufacturer to biofuel industry From biomass to final delivery,
Audited and validated by the Control Union, the 2BSvs (Biomass Biofuel Sustainability Voluntary Scheme) allows the manufacturer to achieve standards of the most competitive markets and thus achieve greater profitability in soybean sales. 2BSvs is a voluntary scheme for compliance with EU 2009/28, a EU directive requiring levels of renewable energy use.
“At Vitra we work hard Continuous ImprovementStriving to add value across the chain and foster positive change in the communities where we operate. We know how important it is to be close to the manufacturer and know about their reality in order to create tailor-made solutions. That’s why we decided to join as shareholders of Agrology, a company that shares our vision of an agri-industrial community that fosters and enhances the long-awaited digital revolution.” Vladimir Barisic, CEO of Viterra Argentina.
“Vitra we promote good farming practices, sustainability and business ethics. That’s why we’re excited to know that together with Agrology, we’ll be able to go with the producers Mitigate your business and financing riskscommitting themselves to the commercial chain at the same time understanding it as a great ecosystemBarisik says.
“It is a matter of pride for us to announce the entry of a company like Vitra into agronomy, which consolidates our objective of offering the best to the manufacturer in particular and the agribusiness in general. Growth potential in a sustainable manner and based on reliable data, Through our platform, manufacturers will have Access to certification of sustainable agricultural products Viterra and Access global market”concluded Agustín Barberis, CEO of Agrology.