The governor said that it is a boost for the agroindustrial and mining sector

The governor said that it is a boost for the agroindustrial and mining sector
The governor said that it is a boost for the agroindustrial and mining sector

On Monday night, the inauguration of a new Energy Agro Vial branch took place. This event was attended by Governor Raúl Jalil, who took the opportunity to highlight the importance of the company for the development of the agroindustrial and mining sector of the province.

During the inauguration, the owner of Energy Agro Vial, Fernando Marto, expressed his gratitude for the warm reception in Catamarca and expressed his enthusiasm to begin providing services in the region. “We are here to offer our experience and technology, and contribute to the growth of the local agroindustrial and mining sector,” said Marto.

Energy Agro Vial specializes in a wide range of agricultural and road machinery, as well as spare parts and supplies necessary for these sectors. The agricultural machinery available includes tractors, seeders, harvesters, tanks, boxes, harrows and specialized equipment for typical crops of the region, such as olive trees. Likewise, the company announced plans to manufacture special machines for small producers. “We aim to ensure that this small producer is not left alone and helpless,” Marto stressed.

In the field of road machinery, Energy Agro Vial’s offer includes motor graders, loaders, compactors, mining trucks and a variety of spare parts. In addition, the company has various brands of tires for agricultural and road vehicles, ensuring a comprehensive and quality service for its customers.

The inauguration event was attended by Vice Governor Rubén Dusso, the owners of the company, Francisco Ayala and Fernando Marto, and the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Employment, Sebastián Caria, among other provincial authorities.

 
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