Address:
Vilgertenweg
Kinrooi
3640
Belgium

Contact Number:
32 499 280382

Wesbite: Visit Website

Catgory:
Aquaculture
Animal production
Horticulture
Crop production


Back to exhibitor list

AGROPOLIS

Agropolis is a location to invest for agriculture and horticulture (related) companies that have a unique, innovative concept in-house. Located in the North-East of Belgium and close to the Duth & German borders, Agropolis has a unique and central location in Western Europe. Agropolis Kinrooi’s goal is to give an impulse to innovative agriculture and horticulture companies. By doing so, we try to increase the competitiveness of the companies in the region and in the sector in general. Agropolis Kinrooi will function as “Breeding & sprouting chamber”, in which innovative and economically profitable activities will be developed and supported, while simultaneously spreading the acquired knowledge. Concretely, a business park and network facilities will be made available to the ‘new agriculture and horticulture companies’. The Incubator is at the disposal of start-ups and supporting services and offers accommodation, support and guidance.

Comments Off on AGROPOLIS

News & Views


The first international week for smart food production will take place in 2018 to unite the food and agricultural industries to discuss technology transformation for sustainable growth.

July 26, 2017

The first International Week for Smart Food Production will take place from 18 – 22 June 2018, in the Netherlands, and…

Read More

Smart Technology and digital solutions drive the agenda of the first european edition of the global forum for innovations in agriculture in the netherlands

May 24, 2017

The first European edition of the Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture, GFIA Europe, welcomed an internationa

Read More

Connecterra launches ‘intelligent’ cow-monitoring system

May 9, 2017

An ‘intelligent’ cow-monitoring system, “Ida”, launched today at GFIA Europe 2017, is the first to use artificial intelligence to provide dairy farmers with insights and recommendations for improving productivity, animal welfare and overall herd health.

Read More

SUPPORTED BY