A Romanian company specialized in processing fresh fruits and vegetables by fast freezing, seeks producers of fresh vegetables (peas, green beans, peppers, broccoli and cauliflower) in order to conclude long-term collaborations based on distribution services agreements.
The Romanian company is one of the most modern frozen vegetable and fruit processors in Romania, being set up in 2008 prior to a private investment of about 5 million Euro. The main object of activity is the processing and freezing preservation of vegetables and fruits from conventional and ecological cultures.
The manufacturing technology used is IQF (Individually Quick Frozen), with a freezing capacity of 3 tons per hour. The packaging systems of the company allow deliveries in bulk bags of 10 or 20 kg or in smaller ones, weighing from 250 grams up to 2.5 kilograms.
The Romanian company is operating under FSSC 22000 Food Safety System Certification and HACCP Certification.
The company is looking for producers (companies or agricultural producers associations) of fresh peas, green beans, peppers, broccoli and cauliflower to conclude distribution services agreements.
- Type of partner sought: The sought partners should be able to deliver to the Romanian company fresh vegetables (peas, green beans, peppers, broccoli and cauliflower) that meet the agreed EU quality standards. Minimum delivery will be 20 tons.
- Specific area of activity of the partner: The Romanian company is willing to establish long term distribution agreements with producers (companies or agricultural producers associations) of the following fresh vegetables: peas, green beans, peppers, broccoli and cauliflower, harvested from conventional and ecological cultures. The minimum quantity to be supplied is of 20 tons. The products must comply with the agreed EU quality standards.
- experience in transnational partnerships with foreign partners
- long-term partnerships are valued
- prompt payments.
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