Inspectia & Control Services is a leading company in the agri-food sector in Spain. We use cutting-edge technologies such as drones together with the most effective techniques of the moment. In addition to this, we have a professional team with extensive experience in the sector more than capable of adapting to any project.
Our services are aimed at all operators related to the import, export or national market of raw materials for animal feed, manufactured food products, warehouses, insurers, etc.
The agri-food sector is one that is made up of:
Therefore, and in summary, the agri-food sector is one that obtains and transforms the products obtained in forestry, fishing, agriculture, and livestock.
Inspectia & Control Services focuses on the last two, where we apply the latest techniques and technologies to achieve added value.
If we look at the sector through the prism of figures, it is clear that the agri-food industry represents a great source of income in the Spanish economy: it represents 7.6% of the country’s GDP.
This translates into more than 33,000 companies dedicated to the sector in 2019. With these figures, the agri-food industry rises as the first industrial sector in Spain, and as the second export sector, with exports worth € 17.6 billion. Furthermore, 16% of the net sales of the Spanish industry correspond to this sector.
When we talk about the food sector in the European framework, we are talking about a diversified sector that is made up mostly of SMEs. In addition, it is the main sector in countries such as Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Spain, France, and Italy.
If we compare it with the rest of the sectors, the food sector has more stable employment, employing 5.2 million people throughout Europe. Another figure that confirms that the food sector drives the European economy considerably is the percentage it represents of GDP: 3%.
With the help of Inspectia & Control Services, your company will become a key element in the Spanish engine. We will help you improve the efficiency of your production in order to become a benchmark in the European framework.
Over centuries, farmers, herders, fishermen and foresters have developed diverse and locally adapted farming systems, managing them with ingenious techniques and practices that they have refined over the years. They have been responsible for providing humanity with an essential combination of social, cultural, ecological and economic services.
Industries emerged through an impressive process of coevolution between humans and nature over centuries of cultural and biological interaction and synergies. They represent the accumulation of experience of the rural population. Unfortunately, these agricultural systems are currently threatened by many factors, including climate change and increasing pressure on natural resources.
For all the aforementioned, the agri-food sector must face the following points in order to continue growing and be able to absorb the needs of the current population and the one to come:
The agri-food industry will have to make great efforts to adapt to these challenges in the medium and long term.
This also affects trade flows and creates opportunities and changes for export and import. It is necessary for the agri-food industry to increase its efficiency to be able to face this fact.
In addition, society will demand new products, which will impact the development of food markets. Social perceptions affect the type and variety of foods consumed and demanded. The sector must adapt to these demands.
Undoubtedly, the food sector during the last 20 years has maintained constant growth, and as indicated by the Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Commerce, it is one of the five strategic sectors for the economic recovery of the country due to its potential and towing capacity. But you must continue to seek excellence if you intend to remain so.
The techniques that will help the agri-food sector continue to be a key engine for modern society will be those that favor the absorption of the growing demand for products.
Ultimately, they will be those techniques that favor an increase in the efficiency of agricultural holdings. For example, in agriculture we have techniques such as conservation agriculture, application of smart irrigation and phytosanitary systems, use of precision agriculture, … in general, techniques that with the help of Research, development and innovation (R + D + I) manage to get the most out of the crop fields.
In the livestock sector, these would be all those techniques that make the entire food chain improve hygiene and safety. In addition, the search for the best possible food must be added, working hand in hand with the animal feed production industry. These types of practices ensure that the quality of the product is affected in a positive way.
The team of the Agrifood division of Inspectia & Control Services is made up of experts of professional stature in the fields of agriculture, livestock and fishing.
This is not only a sign of the seriousness of the division, but, with the addition of the most advanced technologies and techniques that exist in the sector, it makes us a great option that will make a notable difference and will add value to your project.
We are approved to work in Catalonia, Aragon, Valencia, Navarra, La Rioja, Madrid, Basque Country, Castilla León, Murcia, Andalusia, Asturias, Cantabria, Castilla la Mancha, Extremadura, Galicia, Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, Ceuta and Melilla. In other words, our agri-food division works throughout Spain.
In addition, we can operate in all the countries of the European Union (Germany, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Finland, France, Grace, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg , Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Romania and Sweden).
The Agrifood division of Inspectia & Control Services can offer its services anywhere in the world.