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FOSS introduces new partner in West Africa

The Danish Company FOSS has teamed up with Prime Atlantic Global Instruments, also known as PAGI, a Nigerian company that will be an exclusive FOSS distributor in the Ghanaian, Nigerian, Ivoirian and Senegalese agriculture markets.

FOSS creates end-to-end solutions that secure and improve food quality. From raw material to finished product. FOSS’ analysis instruments refine measurements into information
management that enables businesses to run intelligent data-driven productions with less waste and bigger yields.

The new partnership is set to provide the food- and agriculture industries with a range of analytical solutions and high-level service in all aspects of the business.

‘’We have chosen to cooperate with PAGI, because of their professionalism and experience from working with international companies. Furthermore, we believe this partnership will also give us the opportunity to look for new markets in palm oil, cocoa, and coffee,’’ says Michael Møller, Area Sales Manager at FOSS.

PAGI also has high expectations for the cooperation.

‘’We expect to improve quality of food production whilst at the same time eliminating waste. With many countries focusing on driving internal capacity with an emphasis on local production of food and consumables, there is a need to improve food quality from raw materials to finished products. Our aim is to help achieve this in the most efficient and cost-effective way thereby creating better value for both manufacturers and consumers,’’ says Bode Balogun, Deputy Managing Director at PAGI.

The new partnership was celebrated on the evening of Tuesday November 12th at the residence of the Ambassador to Denmark in Accra. At the event, business partners and clients had a chance to greet the new partners in Ghanaian agro-business. The Danish Ambassador, Tove Degnbol, underlined the importance of cooperation to develop the agricultural sector.

‘’Working with improving the agricultural sector in Ghana holds a high potential for impact. The agricultural sector is a critical component of the Ghanaian economy and the largest job-provider of all sectors in Ghana. It is a key priority of the Government of Ghana to support the further development of the agricultural production and export, and during the recent years, Ghanaian exports of agricultural products, particularly to the EU have increased. Many challenges remain, however, and cooperation in this area is very welcome,’’ she stated.

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