“These new funds will help us accelerate our global expansion and develop new agribusiness solutions,” said ZoomAgri’s Executive Director, Juan Pablo de la Vega.
The company provides machine learning-based industrial equipment to determine the variety and quality of crops in agribusiness, reducing costs and allowing quality standardization.
ZoomAgri currently operates in Argentina, Brazil, Spain, and Australia, and serves B2B clients in more than 35 countries. The company plans to expand to the United States and Canada within the next few months.
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