Jupiter Group forges new strategic partnership in South America with EGSA

Jupiter Group forges new strategic partnership in South America with EGSA

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UK company the Jupiter Group signed an agreement with Argentina’s Early Grapes S.A., which has more than 30 years of experience in the commercialization of fresh produce from South America to major global markets.

“After two successful years working together, we are pleased to solidify our relationship with Jupiter, formally becoming their strategic partners”  says Martin Valle, ESGA co-director. “Our experience in the South American market create great synergies with Jupiter’s client base across the globe; and I am genuinely convinced that this alliance will bring great results to both companies.

“Our offices in Moscow and Saint Petersburg are already working very close with Jupiter growing regions such as citrus from RSA, pineapples from Costa Rica, grapes from India and Chile and also mixed trucks from Holland”, added Martin Valle.

The new agreement strengthens Jupiter’s supply chain and position in the market. the company offers year-round supply of fresh produce, new variety development and specialism in prepared fruit. 

Formed in 2003 Jupiter’s head office is in the UK, but they have a network of farms, agronomy specialists, and pack house facilities spanning the globe, specializing in growing grape, citrus, kiwi, lime, avocado, ginger, garlic, pineapple, melon and cherries in all form.

“We’re thrilled to formally welcome EGSA into the Jupiter family,” says Jupiter CEO and Group MD Mark Tweddle. “The first two years of our partnership have been very successful and we look forward to working with and further strengthening our relationship over the coming years. EGSA’s strength in South America and Russia complement our existing sales strategy perfectly and we’re excited to further explore these regions.

 

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