Partnership in Malaysia
GrainPro, Inc., a green, “not-only-for-profit” company, is driving a global revolution in safe storage and the drying of grains and seeds. Using the principles of Ultra Hermetic™ technology and modified atmospheres, GrainPro has grown to become a world-leader and a key proponent of the Second Green Revolution for – the proper storage, handling and distribution of food commodities.
GrainPro’s line of sustainable and environment-friendly storage and drying solutions are designed to reduce post-harvest losses of dry agricultural commodities. GrainPro’s solutions are certified-for-organic use and do not require the use of any toxic chemicals; thereby, increasing the global supply, reducing hunger, eliminating health risks, and improving smallholder farmers’ incomes.
Trusted worldwide, GrainPro’s solutions are used in more than 100 countries. GrainPro’s staff of experts and professionals work closely with development organizations, governments, non-profit groups, and academic institutions.
Eradicating the cycle of hunger and poverty, especially in developing nations, is a huge challenge. GrainPro is doing its part to solve the problem, inspired by the idea of securing a brighter and more food-sufficient future.
GrainPro Asia, a subsidiary of GrainPro Inc, will be the contracting entity for the Malaysia distributor.
About the RfP
GrainPro Asia intends to appoint non-exclusive distributors to represent its operations in Malaysia. The distributor(s) will focus generally on dry agricultural commodities for both internal trading (food security) and for the export market. The appointed distributor(s) will have a thorough understanding of the agriculture sector in Malaysia. GrainPro will provide product training to the distributor teams assigned to focus on our products.
GrainPro Asia - Malaysia Distributor Requirements
Request for Proposal
GrainPro Asia is requesting interested organizations that meet the requirements to submit a proposal outlining their suitability to be GrainPro distributors in Malaysia. The proposal should be structured to clearly address each of the requirements.
Submission and Review Process