Between 28th and the 29th of August the IX Regional Technical Conference on Blueberries was held, organized by the Association of Blueberry Producers of the Mesopotamia Argentina (APAMA), an opportunity in which the latest developments in the field of research and development, besides offering a valuable opportunity to know new technologies at the service of the Agro world.
DURING THE EXHIBITION, IN XIV AVOCADO DAY, IT WAS DEMONSTRATED THAT THIS TECHNOLOGY MAKES A GREAT CONTRIBUTION TO THE PRESTIGE OF THIS FRUIT IN THE DEMANDING INTERNATIONAL MARKETS.
“We have dedicated ourselves to the transportation of diverse commodities, one of them being the avocado, with more than 20 years of experience alongside the Liventus controlled atmospheres. With this we can say that we have seen the evolution of the markets in terms of the condition of the quality of our products”. With these words, the General Manager of Liventus Global, Claudia Mardones, began her presentation titled: "A Glance at the Quality of the Chilean Avocado in the Destination", in the XIV version of the Avocado Day, organized by the Hass Avocado Committee in Chile, in the city of Quillota.
On June 14, 2016, Liventus Lab® was visited by the President of Chile, Michelle Bachelet, together with the Minister of Treasury, Rodrigo Valdés; the Minister of Women and Gender Equality, Claudia Pascual; the Undersecretary of Economy, Natalia Piergentili; the Innovation Manager at CORFO (Chile’s economic development agency), Mr. Patricio Feres; and other important authorities, as well as key representatives from our business sector. Click "Read More" below, to see the photo gallery.
"Controlled atmosphere for transporting perishables is not new, but the Liventus® unit—developed in Chile and capable of being readily adapted to virtually any container in a matter of minutes—is truly revolutionary.
Here are a couple of excerpts from an article by journalist Paloma Díaz Abásolo in the “Economía y Negocios” [Economy and Business] section of El Mercurio, one of Chile’s leading newspapers.