Historically, the agribusiness has been one of the main pillars of the national economy, adding about 20% to the GDP. The Brazil’s representativeness is so great, that the country has a very recognized position as the greater world-wide coffee, sugar, orange and soy producer, beyond exporting great amount of bovine and chicken meat, also ethanol and sugar cane. However, exactly with these credentials, there are still challenges that hinder the increasing of these numbers, as problems originated from a complex tax law, an ineffective management, and precarious infrastructure.
Furthermore, frequently, the deficit in storage makes part of the harvest get lost. So, if there something that can help the evolution of agribusiness sector, is a flexible infrastructure, adaptable to each producer demand, beyond having agile assembly that quickly meet to the harvest increase.
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