(Photo: Employees of the "Green Innovation Centres" from Africa and India accompanied by Arne Heuer (front left) and Nils Gausepohl (right))
As part of the special initiative "ONE World - No Hunger", the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development has set up "Green Innovation Centres" in 14 partner countries. The aim of these centres is to improve the regional supply of food through innovation in agricultural and nutrition science.
For this reason, after a visit to Agritechnica in Hanover, some 30 employees of the Green Innovation Centres from Africa and India made a stopover in Reinbek. The focus was on the company portfolio of SCHULE Mühlenbau, which among other things consists of machines and plants for the treatment and processing of oats, legumes and rice. The visit included a joint tour of the company, during which the visitors could gain an insight into the work of SCHULE and AMANDUS KAHL.