Netafim France partners with Aqua4D to save water and improve yields
NETAFIM France, the world leader in micro-irrigation, continues its partnership strategy by signing a collaboration agreement with the Swiss company AQUA4D, to optimize the use of water resources.
After signing strategic agreements with Sencrop on frost control, the world leader in micro-irrigation Netafim concludes a strategic collaboration agreement in France with the Swiss company AQUA4D, specialized in sustainable water management. Thanks to a better penetration of water into the soil micropores, a better absorption of nutrients and an efficient management of salinity while using less water, AQUA4D’s water treatment technology enriches the range of services offered by NETAFIM France in addition to its irrigation products (drip lines, sprinklers, filters, valves, meters…). For farmers, the added value is twofold: water savings and agronomic gains! Fertilization, crop protection and now water treatment: NETAFIM improves the daily use of irrigation water in a context of climate change.
For Eric Valette, CEO of AQUA4D:
“As the old saying goes, ‘If you want to go fast, walk alone. But if you want to go far, walk together. In these challenging times, strategic partnerships can help companies stay ahead of the curve and pool their strengths for increased growth in the medium and long term. We are excited about this new strategic partnership with NETAFIM France to help create more shared value, strengthen the deployment of our resource-efficient technologies, and further enhance our contributions to sustainable development and climate change adaptation.”
For Moshi Berenstein, CEO of NETAFIM France:
“Our mission is to achieve the highest possible level of accuracy by combining our high-end solutions with the complementary advanced water treatment technologies offered by AQUA4D. With this partnership, NETAFIM’s new irrigation projects will benefit from both advanced technologies to ensure the best possible performance for our customers. The combination of our two offerings is an important step to optimize the results of the lines in relation to changing conditions and to better prepare for the years to come.”