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Our role in the improvement of the Uzbek fruit value chainWe are proud of the fact that in Uzbekistan, we work together with organisations like GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit) and the European Union. Recently we contributed data to a market study on plant propagation material in Uzbekistan that the RVO (Netherlands Enterprise Agency) publiced on their website. TGS supplied information that is used in the chapter about the fruit processing developments in Uzbekistan. We quote from the study: 'Today, most fruit is sold off the tree before the harvest by traders, consequently their bargaining power is extremely low. Several projects have been initiated by TGS, GIZ, FDI and EU to improve post-harvest fruit storage and the income of farmers. In this context, the government has announced the building of eight Agri-logistic centres using ADB and WB loans; these centres will provide packing and storage facilities' The post-harvest projects that TGS is involved...
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As TGS we like to engage with students on the topic of susainable business development. This week we provided lectures at Wageningen University and engaged with students of CHE university of applied sciences
In the spotlight: our Post-Harvest SolutionsDo you have any question about storage, processing and/or packaging of your produce? We have been involved with many orchard development projects over the years and we’ve decided the bundle all our expertise in a new TGS...
Installation of the walnut processing lineLast week our colleague Jouke traveled to Romania to help install this walnut processing line. It was a lot of work but, as you can see on this video, they succeeded! With our local team plus a technician from the company were...
Look how happy they are and imagine how happy we are; the cows have arrived on our dairy farm in Georgia!
This week the walnut processing equipment for our walnut processing factory arrived in Romania. When we see te pictures we can’t wait to travel there. But for the first harvest of this year we have to wait until september.
How to be successful at irrigation? Some choose to fully automate their irrigation, but if you like to keep things simple and robust (like us) a simple moisture meter can do the trick as well.