Assisting you to
navigate the future
We bring together the greatest minds, technology and products to build revolutionary solutions for the future of food and agriculture.
How can we help you?
We are bringing together the greatest minds, technology and products to build revolutionary solutions that will solve agriculture’s greatest challenges. We aim to be the catalyst of innovation and technology-enabled solutions to drive sustainable agricultural growth across the African and global agricultural value chain.
AFGRI Technology Services (ATS), part of AFGRI Group Holdings, was born of the desire to advance the development and implementation of agricultural technology solutions – solutions we believe will help ensure both the future of agriculture and enable food security, not just for Africa, but for the whole world too.
“At AFGRI we strive to place innovation at the forefront of solutions to enhance productivity, creativity and ultimate value to customers. It is quite simply a way of doing business today.”
“Imagine a world where everyone had access to nutritional food. Imagine a world where 40% of the food produced is not wasted. Imagine a world where there is enough, equally dispersed for all. The possibilities are endless.”
Farmers limited access to resources, finance, markets and information.
The constant demand to do more with less at a cheaper price.
Changing consumer demands and exponential growth in the population.
Supply chain inefficiency and wasteful value chains.
Climate change, decreasing availability of land, water scarcity and changing weather patterns.
“In a world of plenty, no one, not a single person, should go hungry. But almost 1 billion still do not have enough to eat. I want to see an end to hunger everywhere within my lifetime.”
We’re a team of dedicated and experienced business people and innovation consultants from diverse backgrounds and perspectives, which helps us to understand and solve problems and see opportunity from many viewpoints. We merge creative, scientific and commercial thinking.
“Today we are seeing best practices in action. We know that, if scaled up with speed, these approaches could increase food production and improve livelihoods without damaging the environment. We need to create conditions for innovation and then invest so that innovation moves from the lab to the farmer’s fields.”