Warm welcome to our first partner from Greece!

As we have announced recently, with the new funding received by ONDO, one of the major directions we are looking at is expanding our network of international partners.

We are confident that local partners are the ones that are fully aware of the specifics of the local farmers and together with them we can provide ONDO precision automation solutions meeting exactly the needs of those farmers. Farmers, on their end, will be receiving timely and adequate, local language support by our trained partner teams.

We are happy to announce that we already have on board our first distribution partner for Greece – Thomas Moschos – CEO Agronomist and dairy production expert at Moschos Farm Greece.

Thomas will be taking over ONDO demonstrations and facilitation of ONDO customer installations primarily for the region of Northern Greece – a region growing 50000-60000+ tonnes of apples annually! However, interested farmers from any part of Greece may also reach out for demos and inquiries.

Following interest, we are already starting discussions with potential partners for other parts of Greece as well, so you may have a partner close to you – stay tuned!

As part of the collaboration with our first partner for Greece, we have set up the first and very successful Demo Days for Greece, where interested farmers located in the region of Kastoria, Northern Greece who are growing apples, tomatoes, beans and other crops could get a demonstration of ONDO solutions and have their farms visited on-site, for discussions and quotations of precision automation solutions they can benefit from.

There is some great news coming out from our first Demo Days in Greece – stay tuned to our blog, we will be announcing them shortly! Meanwhile, if you are a farmer located in Greece and interested in finding our more about ONDO Precision farming automation solutions – you can find the contact details of our Greek partner on our Partners page and reach out.

To many years working together, and making the Greek farmers even more successful!

Share this post