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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

LUSCHI, CDO Innov Form Partnership

June 13, 2014

  • Photo courtesy of LUSCHI
  • Photo courtesy of LUSCHI
  • Photo courtesy of LUSCHI
  • Photo courtesy of LUSCHI

The group LUSCHI has settled a partnership with the French company CDO Innov, a manufacturer of specific equipment for the agriculture and sanitation industries, which offers a wide range of products, including equipment customized according to the needs of each client. The company is continually looking for new technologies and currently operates with great emphasis on the French market.

"With this partnership, we will bring the French technology to the Brazilian market with the objective of meeting the demand for such service, which currently faces a shortage of suppliers. Thus we aim to achieve leadership also in Brazil," said Cyril Thabard, manager of CDO Innov.

LUSCHI brings this French technology to assist and enhance the agriculture and sanitation of Brazil, manufacturing tractors, boats and amphibious and thus offering to the country a globally recognized quality.

From now on, LUSCHI, maintaining their dredging services, becomes the official representative of these products in Brazil. To Ilson Luschi, director, "With the partnership between LUSCHI and CDO, certainly the biggest beneficiary will be the customer who will have an innovative technology that will contribute greatly to the agricultural sector and especially sanitation. In addition, we will expand our scope of services and products, bringing competitive advantage."

The initial work is focused on the construction of BPH boats, which are designed exclusively for working in water environments, such as rivers, lakes, lagoons and maritime operations. Besides the comfort and durability, BPH boats are easy to operate, ideal for removal of floating aquatic plants. This novelty will help in dredging works that LUSCHI performs currently, meeting the client needs.

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