Canada’s container farming specialist FarmAnywhere has announced a significant leap forward in its production capacity. The pioneering agricultural tech company has successfully ramped up its manufacturing operations to churn out four of its Universal Lite Farms every month, bringing total output capacity to an impressive 48 container farms per annum.
Gabriel Zarafonitis, CEO of FarmAnywhere, is very pleased with the company’s achievement: “This is an incredible milestone for us, and I couldn’t be more proud of the entire FarmAnywhere team for this accomplishment.” he said. “We are one step closer to bringing affordable, hyper-local container farms to the masses. The dream is fast becoming reality.”
Revolutionising its assembly line
Just as Ford’s automobile invention dramatically accelerated car production, FarmAnywhere has devised a unique assembly line for container farms. The ground-breaking approach opens the doors to mass production of container farms on a par with automobile production, a concept hitherto unimagined in the agricultural sector.
Local sourcing and international collaboration
In addition to this pioneering production model, FarmAnywhere prides itself on its commitment to local sourcing and international collaboration. Each farm is meticulously built in Vancouver, BC, utilising a vast majority of supplies from local vendors. This supports not only the local economy, but also minimises environmental impact.
Moreover, the farms are constructed by a diverse team of experts from 10 different nationalities, reflecting the company’s dedication to fostering a multicultural and inclusive work environment.
The potential benefits of this development are immense. The company expects its advanced production capacity to usher in significant economies of scale, contributing to affordability and accessibility of this innovative farming solution.