We have developed our ground-breaking technology and products in collaboration with some of the leading experts and scientists in chemistry and metallurgy. Our partners in this research and development work have been e.g. Tekes (the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation), the Natural Resources Institute of Finland and the Baltic Sea Action Group. Tracegrow is a member of the Cleantech Finland network.
Tracegrow partners with Berner in the sales and distribution of circular economy micronutrients in Finland. Berner is a leading actor in agricultural trade in Finland, Sweden and the Baltic countries. In Finland, Berner serves farmers in partnership with Avena Nordic Grain Oy through the Farmer’s Avena Berner service concept.
Tracegrow partners with Pöyry, an international consulting and engineering company, for delivering project and engineering services around Tracegrow’s novel clean technology. The objective of the co-operation is to develop Tracegrow’s modular technology and plant concept for global deliveries. Pöyry’s services include engineering, project management, procurement and construction management services for the modularised production plants.
“We are proud at Pöyry to be selected as Tracegrow’s partner to develop their circular economy project concept towards cleaner future. We are confident that we are able to support Tracegrow in the development of modularized plant concept to be delivered globally. Our local presence in more than 40 countries creates additional value in implementation phase of the projects”,
– Tuukka Sormunen, Head of Chemicals Competence Line, Industry Business Group, Pöyry
Tracegrow received the first industrial size orders (tens of thousands of liters) both internationally and domestically in December. Thank you to all those farmers, distributors and partners for growing with us.
Tracegrow donated Christmas present to The Baltic Sea Action Group’s fundraising to save our precious Baltic Sea. Happy holidays to everyone!
Tracegrow’s micronutrient product ZM-Grow was awarded with a gold medal at the Helsinki Agricultural Machinery Trade Fair last week. The jury consisting of journalists from agri-sector media chose the gold and silver medallists from the new products entered into the fair’s innovation competition.