Bernardo de Castro, President of Hexagon Agriculture08 February, 2019
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A study by USP in partnership with the Brazilian Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock indicates a 5.5% increase in the GDP for...
A report released in April by Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply in Brazil, pointed out that Brazil's agricultural production...
Hexagon Agriculture participated for the 9th consecutive year of Agrishow, in Ribeirão Preto, Brazil. The biggest news of this year was the...
As you drive down the road and see a tractor pulling something, someone unfamiliar with farming may conclude that little has changed in...
Today’s large-scale farming operations face escalating challenges, none more significant than how to best manage resources. Although it’s been...
Always looking out for the quality in the delivery of your products and the satisfaction of your customers, Hexagon Agriculture maintains its...
Our customer Raízen is the renewable energy leader in Brazil and the sugar-alcohol industry’s first integrated player, acting in all stages of...
Have you ever paused for a moment to think about the demands being placed on the agriculture industry? I have. In fact, I think about it every...
With more than 970 thousand hectares of forest, the Brazilian Fibria is the world leader in production of eucalyptus cellulose. Today, the...
Raízen, a leader in agroindustry and Hexagon Agriculture client, has been recognised as one of Brazil’s 100+ Innovators in IT for its work on...
It’s a question people ask me when they hear about the work I’m involved in here at Hexagon Agriculture. From their vantage point— perhaps...