Denso and Certhon plant symbolic seed during celebration of collaboration

To celebrate the closing of the Certhon acquisition by Denso, a seed symbolizing a fruitful future was planted under the watchful eye of all employees and a number of guests. It is a milestone for the family business, and Certhon CEO Lotte van Rijn knows how to articulate it: "Certhon and Denso share the same vision and mission: enabling global cultivation with innovative technologies and a dedicated team."

Mr Hidehiro Yokoo, Senior Executive Officer of the Food Value Chain Business Development Division at DENSO, is looking forward to jointly addressing global food and agriculture challenges: "Certhon is a unique partner with shared values and complementary technologies. That is the core of this collaboration. Together, we will continue to grow to provide the best solutions for food safety worldwide."

"Denso's focus on sustainable objectives, such as reducing the impact of climate change and resource efficiency, fits perfectly with Certhon's commitment to a healthy and prosperous future. This collaboration combines expertise and resources to promote innovation and sustainability within the horticulture sector. The planting of a symbolic seed at the end of the speech marked a significant step towards growth and development," Lotte van Rijn stressed, "We cannot wait to realize beautiful projects together. This seed, therefore, symbolizes our joint future and the harvest of opportunities that, with the help of robotics, we will yield."

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