Moleaer and Royal Brinkman are expanding their commercial relationship to deliver Moleaer’s nanobubble generators and solutions to high-tech greenhouse growers in Mexico.
Moleaer’s patented nanobubble technology has been validated by renowned universities including UCLA, Virginia Tech, University of Georgia and others, as well as and horticultural research organizations such as Delphy and NovaCropControl to research and substabtiate crop benefits for tomatoes, peppers, strawberries and other crops.
“Mexico’s greenhouse horticulture market has been important for Moleaer and the company’s customer base has been developing rapidly in recent years,” says Nick Dyner, CEO of Moleaer. “Mexican growers are constantly looking to improve their cultivation, and nanobubbles can contribute to that mission by reducing root-borne disease, improving yields, reducing biofilm, and improving irrigation water quality and performance. Royal Brinkman’s network in Mexico allows us to expand our local support and service to growers.”
Ben Sosef, general manager of Royal Brinkman Mexico, adds, “We’ve seen great success in the deployment of Moleaer’s nanobubble technology in many countries and we look forward to repeating that success in Mexico. We strongly feel that growers here are ready to adopt the leading nanobubble technology for horticulture to improve their operations and sustainability.”
This strategic partnership delivers a full-service solution and after sales support to help growers get the most out of Moleaer´s nanobubble technology and quantify results. Royal Brinkman has had an office in Mexico for more than 10 years and recently moved into a larger facility to support their “local for local” strategy. Moleaer has sales and support staff that reside in Mexico and Latin America.
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