The ANCOM booth can be seen during Malaysia Agriculture, Horticulture, and Agri Tourism (MAHA) 2022 Expo at Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS) on August 6, 2022. – Illustrations by Shafwan Jaden
by Radzi Razaki
Saturday, August 06, 2022 9:43 PM MYT
SERDANG, Aug 6 – Malaysia Agriculture, Horticulture and Agri-Tourism (MAHA) 2022 exhibitors hope to achieve their goal through the platform in terms of new products.
Exhibitors were enthusiastic Malaysia PostNonetheless, the first three days of the show have been fruitful and he hopes this will mean a profitable and profitable future.
Nashrik Yazeed, director of business development at UU2, hopes the lifestyle e-commerce platform will entice agribusiness merchants, particularly small and medium-sized businesses, to embrace the idea of selling their wares online.
He added that this will help UU2, which is already available on Google Play Store, Apple App Store and Huawei AppGallery, to differentiate itself as a local product and help local sellers easily connect with their customers.
“Our goal here is to find people to work with us as traders and sellers.
“UU2 is a Malaysian product. We want to find Malaysians and support local shopping,” he said Malaysia Post,
UU2 Business Development Director Nashrik Yazeed speaks to the Malay Mail during the Malaysia Agriculture, Horticulture, and Agri-Tourism (MAHA) 2022 Expo at Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS) on August 6, 2022. – Illustrations by Shafwan Zadon
Nashrik said it is important for farmers, agricultural traders and even fishermen to reach customers directly without intermediaries.
“We can help agricultural entrepreneurs because we have a channel. Aside from reaching out to customers physically, they can connect with them virtually,” he said.
Likewise, Poh Jiang Han, commercial director at BXC Travelers, is optimistic about his new venture with Mardicorp-Agrex, which promotes ecotourism.
Poh said Agrex, or the Agricultural Acceleration Program, will allow students to visit and appreciate farms and agricultural sites.
“Students will see their rice coming from the paddy field and their chicken being grilled before it arrives on their plates.
“We want them to know and appreciate where their food comes from and develop an interest in farming,” he said. Malaysia Post.
Commercial Manager BXC Travelers Poh Jiang Han speaks to the Malay Mail during the Malaysia Agriculture, Horticulture, and Agri Tourism (MAHA) 2022 Expo at Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS) on August 6, 2022. – Illustrations by Shafwan Zadon
Poh said Agrex will be launched tomorrow by Communications and Multimedia Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa.
They aim to reach 100,000 local students before expanding to international students in the future.
“We want to see the appreciation of agritourism by the younger generation. After that, we also want to expand to international students.”
Both UU2 and BXC are subsidiaries of Ancom Nylex, which is part of Ancom Berhad.
Meanwhile, Felda Global Ventures Berhad (FGV) also unveiled its GPS (Global Positioning Satellite) tracker system, which helps large farms plan their plantations.
FGV researcher Shahrul Azman Bakar speaks to the Malay Mail during the Malaysia Agriculture, Horticulture, and Agri-Tourism (MAHA) 2022 Expo at Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS) on August 6, 2022. – Illustrations by Shafwan Zadon
FGV researcher Shahrul Ajman Bakar said Malaysia Post Developed in Malaysia, the system is currently being used by five felda plantations in the country and is in the final stages of research and development.
“We are ready to release it commercially.
“We are also currently developing drones for planting and spraying crops,” he said while displaying the goods.
FGV not only supplies the farming industry, but also tries to enter the pet market by developing cat food and pet litter.
All their products can be searched in Hall A – where Maha’s strategic partners exhibit their products.