Freight Farms is pleased to announce the launch of ICA Maxi Högskolan’s own line of produce grown onsite for shoppers. Located in Halmstad Sweden, Freight Farms customer ICA Maxi Högskolan is one of ICA Gruppen’s 1,300 grocery stores in the country.
Freight Farms announces the Greenery, a next-generation container farm, advancing production limits of hydroponic vertical farming. New technology adds 70% more growing space, drives yield, efficiency, and automation to the same 320 sq. ft. space.
Grown is the latest service from Freight Farms. The on-site vertical farming service eliminates the need to train and commit staff to hydroponic farming, Grown can immediately integrate with any foodservice operation, employer amenity package, or produce supply chain.
Since its inception in 2010, Freight Farms has been looking to bring fresh and local food to communities worldwide. While over the years we have expanded to a global company, today we come back to our Boston roots and announce–with pride and excitement–a new partnership with B.GOOD.
Freight Farms today announced former Tesla and current Nest executive Tom von Reichbauer as a new member of the Freight Farms Advisory Board.
Freight Farms—the leading manufacturer of smart hydroponic container farms and developer of the farmhand® automation and remote control suite—today announced the acquisition of Boston-based Cabbige, an online business management application for small-scale farmers.
While 2017 has been a year of milestones for us, in the past few weeks alone we’ve been blown away by our customers’ stories. Here are some of the exciting new projects we’re happy to highlight....
Freight Farms, the leading manufacturer of commercial-grade hydroponic farms built inside of shipping containers, today reported company growth to accommodate the increasing demand from new business sectors, and international markets.