CargoBeamer an innovative technology

CargoBeamer is reinventing the future of logistics! We offer intelligent solutions in the field of intermodal traffic, in order to ensure the ecological transport by rail not only of craneable semi-trailers, but also of non-cranable semi-trailers. The globally unique CargoBeamer terminals allow horizontal loading of up to 36 semi-trailers onto a single freight train.

The supply chain challenges of reusable packaging

Packaging is an increasingly strategic subject for players in the fruit & vegetable sector. The AGEC law already imposes new obligations since it prohibits the over-packaging of Fruits & Vegetables in single-use plastic packaging for packaging weighing less than 1.5 kg. The reuse of packaging makes it possible to anticipate the next regulations which will…

The “Low Carbon” label, an opportunity or a new value creating label?

Presented by Florence Rabut, Journalist at Végétable The “low carbon” label has been operational for three years. It offers certification to projects that sequester or avoid carbon emissions. The prerequisite for the certification of a project is to use a calculation method approved by the Ministry. What are the methods that already exist or are under development for the fruit and…

Discover the OYA pack

A case containing the OYA software suite and equipment for supplying and processing fruit and vegetable stations. OYA is a modular software platform including the management of harvest forecasts, the recording of bins from the field to the processing workshops, full traceability monitoring up to the sale and all the management modules of a ERP.…

Retail chain vertical strategies

Societal demand always wants more. More local, more short distribution networks, more proximity, more quality indicators, including organic or even more performance indicators (such as the “pesticide-free” guarantee, “zero residue”, etc.). Brands sectors strategies provide an answer to these expectations. How are they built? How do they work? Can they still grow?

Soil, this other living being

Presented by Florence Rabut, Journalist at Végétable After bees, “when soil dies, mankind’s days are numbered,” the saying could go! Soil has recovered a status following decades of neglect or, rather, indifference. Up until the fateful day when nothing grows properly anymore. Following in the footsteps of pioneering researchers, an entire movement is building in farming to re-incorporate a soil approach…

Chemical inputs: heading to « all zero »?

Presented by Florence Rabut, Journalist at Végétable What is the common denominator between sustainable farming approaches or labels such as HVE (high environmental value), zero-trace or trace-free, Demain la terre or Bee Friendly®? They all offer the guarantee of using less chemical inputs or none at all, and thus reduce environmental impact, while the AB label (organic agriculture) guarantees an absence of synthetic chemical treatments.…