The process of effectively keeping away pests and microorganisms from harvested agricultural products to avoid spoilage is called storage. To reduce to the barest minimum food spoilage caused by pests and microorganisms so that enough food will be available for consumption all year round.

Storage is an important marketing function, which involves holding and preserving goods from the time they are produced until they are needed for consumption. The storage of goods, therefore, from the time of production to the time of consumption, ensures a continuous flow of goods in the market.

Agriculture remains a significant contributor to the national GDP and a main employment provider for most developing economies. And one thing that is common to almost all developing economies is the high level of agriculture wastage; a bulk of wastage takes place post-harvest at the storage and transportation stage.

This is where private sector agri-warehousing companies play a big role in bridging the gap in demand and supply of storage facilities. In developing economies, workforce development and skill-base development in the agri-warehousing sector is usually lacking since the focus is on promoting formal sectors.

We are providing warehousing facilities to our farmer on rent for farmer to get fair price of agri output post-harvest.

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