They are first timers in the trade fair, with a stand to present their new developments in agrifood analytics
The most important international trade fair (after Fruit Logistica) is the setting that has been chosen by Reactiva Laboratorio for the debut of its latest advances: the accredited analysis of multi-residues in soil with 0.001 mg/kg and its certification in organic solid fertilizer analytics.
The company will be present alongside the Groupe Carso, of which it forms part, and it will take part for the first time with its own space, where other agrifood laboratories from the group will also be present: Labexia and Larebron (France), Well (Italy) and Anabiol.
The position of the stand (Hall 6 Stand 6E04B), in the Ecological Market area, is the result of the commitment by both companies to the ecological segment, a field in which they are specialised.
Groupe Carso is improving and rationalising its processes in all the group’s laboratories in Europe, aimed at consolidating its leadership in water and environmental analysis, in addition to continue growing as a reference laboratory for the agrifood sector. To do this, it has a central laboratory in Vénissieux (Lyon) that is the largest water analysis laboratory in France, with a surface area of 10,000 m², open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, where over 800 professionals work.
The European network of Groupe Carso is made up of twelve regional, local laboratories that cover all of France and over 50 sampling centres with 200 authorised specialists in water sampling, as well as the abovementioned laboratories in Italy, Greece and Spain. This new organisation offers local laboratories at its customers’ service with a sampling and analysis offer with reduced response times and, obviously, a local strengthened commercial segment.
Reactiva is the group’s laboratory specialised in the analysis of pesticides and other contaminants in fruit and vegetables, microbiology and agronomic analyses for Spain and Portugal. It has branches in Lerida, Valencia, Murcia, in addition to its central laboratory in Almeria.