Sweden-based OptiCept Technologies recently signed a commercial agreement for oliveCEPT in Tunisia with Ayachi Group. Delivery is planned to take place in September 2022. The contract has a value of 130,000 Euro and concerns an oliveCEPT Model THOR.
Ayachi Group is a group that is active in several different forms of food, including different types of oil, vinegar, spices and dried and pickled fruits. The group is an important player in the Tunisian market who is recognized for its work on sustainability, innovation and for high quality products.
“Tunisia is a growing market in olive oil. Last year we entered the Tunisian olive oil market and now we further strengthen our position with this agreement with Ayachi Group, it also opens up opportunities for more business in Tunisia” Says Thomas Lundqvist, CEO OptiCept Technologies.
OptiCept Technologies AB (publ) provides the food and plant industry with technological solutions that contribute to a more sustainable world and enable climate-smart economic growth. OptiCept optimizes biological processes – Increased extraction from raw material, extended shelf life, reduced waste, and improved quality (taste, aroma, color, nutritional content) of the final product.
The positive effects of technology increase efficiency for our customers, better products for the consumers, and minimal impact on our environment. Through patented technology in PEF (pulsed electric field) and VI (Vacuum Infusion), the technology opens up new business opportunities for the food and plant industry worldwide. OptiCept’s vision is to contribute to a sustainable world by offering efficient green cutting-edge technology that is easy to use in the areas of FoodTech and PlantTech.
The company is located in Lund and the share is traded on the Nasdaq First North Growth Market.