Feasibility of running the food security project in Ethiopia
Kverneland Group is a leading international company developing, producing, and distributing agricultural machinery and services. A strong focus on innovation allows us to provide a unique and broad product range with high quality.
Kverneland Group offers an extensive package aimed at the professional farming community, covering the areas of soil and cultivation equipment, seeding equipment, forage and bale equipment, crop care equipment including spreaders and sprayers, and the latest precision farming technology.
The Group was founded in 1879. The Kverneland Group factories are located in Norway, Denmark, Germany, France, The Netherlands, Italy, Russia, and China. The Group has sales companies in 17 countries and exports to another 60 countries. In 2012, Kverneland Group was acquired by the Japanese company Kubota Corporation. At the end of 2019, Kverneland Group had 2 464 employees, of which 76,5% work outside of Norway.
Food security and climate change are two of the planet’s most pressing concerns. To meet these ever-growing food demands in a sustainable way, we need to produce more with less. Less water, less inputs, less energy, and less waste.
Our Mission is to develop, market, and support products, systems, and services that give customers superior value throughout the whole value chain. Our products & innovations shall contribute positively to the contractors and farmers’ development & long term success.
Case of Ethiopia:
Evaluate the feasibility of running the food security project in Ethiopia.
Build and collect information and identify the criteria for choosing the right strategy to run the project in Ethiopia.