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Agribusiness Company expands operations in Aguascalientes

The company Agroindustrias de Aguascalientes, Agroin will invest $22 million pesos in its growth plan. The objective is to design and develop technology and acquire equipment to fry chilies. In addition, the company plans to the construction a freezing warehouse for next year.
Currently the company has 160 direct employees and to 200 indirect and expects to achieve sales for $85 million pesos.
The company dedicated to the production and freezing of fruits and vegetables products, is aimed mainly at the domestic market, but also produces stuffed chilies which exports to states such as California and Texas and plans to extend its operations to Chicago and Canada.
National customers include La Huerta and in the United States supplies companies like the Michoacana, Mi Puebla and Super Cardenas.
Agroin started operations in the state in 2005 and is characterized by the use of solar panels for supply of electricity in its plant, as well as the treatment of irrigation water and the generation of compost. (With information from El Sol del Centro)

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