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Rivulis Grand Opening in Silao, Mexico.

Rivulis Grand Opening in Silao, Mexico.

November 11, 2019.

The Secretary of Sustainable Economic Development, SDES, Mauricio Usabiaga Díaz Barriga, inaugurated the company Rivulis Irrigation, the largest drip factory in Latin America.

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Established in 1966, Rivulis is headquartered in Israel with a strong global presence. Rivulis has a rich history in the irrigation industry with more than 50 years of expertise developing, manufacturing and deploying micro irrigation products and solutions.

Rivulis works with over 3,300 partners worldwide to provide full turnkey micro irrigation solutions for all grower needs, from the individual grower to large corporate plantations in the agriculture, horticulture, greenhouse and mining industries.

On this ceremony, Mauricio Usabiaga Díaz Barriga invited investors to serve as ambassadors of the Mexican state of Guanajuato to Israel, a country that has developed new technology that would allow Rivulis to take advantage of the great opportunity that the process digitalization era called the Fourth Revolution represents at this time.

With this inauguration, Rivulis becomes the first company to open operations in Silao, Guanajuato under the umbrella of services of The Tecma Group.

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Tecma attendees (from left to right) Mark Earley, Betty Earley, Homero Martinez, Jose Grajeda, Georgina Contreras, Juan Arvilla & Sammy Garcia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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