As Certhon celebrates its 125th anniversary, it is not difficult to imagine that much has changed over those years. Take the Certhon Harvest Robot or the SuprimAir Greenhouse they are currently building in Finland their project Madar Farms for example. An indoor farm that's growing fresh tomatoes on a commercial scale in the middle of the desert.
On top of that, the Hillenraad100 has acknowledged Certhon as the winner of the HillenraadTECH50.
Certhon's Harvest Robot
Growing anything, anywhere. For everyone.
Certhon aims to completely change the world's growing systems from within: tomatoes in the desert, lettuce in North America, and strawberries in Hong Kong.
Lotte van Rijn, General Manager at Certhon: "We are proud to show our new identity which meets our position in the market. Check out our new identity on www.certhon.com and discover how we enable the world to grow anything, anywhere."
Making the impossible, possible
Out of the comfort zone has never been more relevant in agribusiness than it is today. Lotte: “The food transition has major challenges, but we see opportunities. Of course, we cannot change the world's growing systems in one day, and certainly not on our own. We are working together with growers, investors, researchers, and other pioneers to create a better system. I invite you to share your ambitions with us. Challenge us. We are at our best when we make the impossible possible.”
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