RUFEPA + Green Sense Farms, Join Forces to Build Next Generation Indoor Farms

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Green Sense Farms Holdings, Inc., today announced the formation of a joint venture with RUFEPA a Spanish greenhouse builder with over 25 years of turnkey project experience.

The joint venture will focus on building combined indoor vertical farm and greenhouse projects for third parties to sustainably grow a wide range of vegetables using less land, water and energy- to feed a growing global population. This is the first of its kind.

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Using indoor vertical farms to grow leafy greens and healthy, disease free seedlings that can be directly transplanted into a greenhouse to grow to maturity is a cost-effective use of both indoor growing technologies.” Robert Colangelo, President, Green Sense Farms Holdings, Inc.,

“Combining the two technologies will increase the global production of vegetables by taking weather out of the equation which is ideal for growers in Middle East, APAC and Scandinavian countries.” José Antonio Morales Pérez, Director General, RUFEPA

 


Green Sense Farms Holdings, Inc., based in Portage, IN is a pioneer in indoor vertical farming.

The company is building a network of indoor vertical farms in the US they own and operate at their customers location. They also design, build, and license their technology to operating partners abroad. Recently they added capacity to conduct R&D on new cultivars and indoor growing equipment on a contract basis for third parties at their commercial scale production facility.

To schedule an interview with Robert Colangelo or obtain additional photos please contact
Angela Meadows by email at Angela@greensensefarms.com

RUFEPA based in the Spanish southern region of Murcia, Spain, designs, manufacturers and
provides all the technical growing equipment necessary for the construction and operation of a greenhouse. They are a global provider of services and have built projects in every continent.

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