African visionaries towards Chinese Shipping companies

African visionaries to Chinese companies 

Have you heard about agroships? 

This is a newly developed method of farming that allows delivery of fresh vegetables to locations with climate conditions that do not favour local production, e.g. in The United Arab Emirates.

To be more precise, we are referring to Aeroponic Cultivation in containers that are to be transported in ships to destination for its commercialisation, whereby allowing the vegetable to arrive fresh, alive and ready for consumption

This is a patent we are developing towards success and that should change the way we understand the shipping business of fresh veggies.

Do you have ideas that should work?

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African entrepeneurs to Chinese companies

An example of Shipping business 4.0:

Africa is already leading the way in terms of drone usage. African nations like Rwanda, Tanzania, South Africa, Malawi and Lesotho are already using drones to deliver medicine and other healthcare related deliveries to usually inaccessible rural communities

Our logical business system, allows you to segment your target markets to be seen, and dominate the bilateral trade niches you choose from China or EU towards Africa.

" You dominate your import-export niches: feel the power"


Local Roots shipping container farms achieve cost parity with traditional farming

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4,000 heads of lettuce every 10 days: Local Roots‘ shipping container farms achieve that while using 99 percent less water. Today the LA-based company announced that it has reached cost parity with traditional farming – and they plan to deploy over 100 farms in 2018. Inhabitat checked out their mobile TerraFarm in New York City and met with CEO Eric Ellestad and COO Matt Vail to learn more.

Vail told Inhabitat, “We’ll educate and train the community to operate the farms, and they’ll then have ownership so they can feed their community perpetually in a really sustainable way with food that’s healthy, delicious, and local.”

Find out more about Local Roots on their website.