JD.com Partners With Japanese Company To Make Largest Plant Factory

 

The latest news point to the arrival of a new plant factory that features Japanese technology in the form of lighting and more. It will be the largest plant factory to be opened as they partnered up with Mitsubishi Chemical, a Japanese company to bring their own technology to the state of the art facility. The facility is huge, being about “11,040 square meters” according to the JD blog, and be a “hydroponic” system with solar lighting.

 

Online site and retailer JD.com or as known by many Chinese as Jingdong Mall, sells all the essential items that a person can want in the form of electronics, beauty products, appliances, and more, but it also sells vegetables with their 7FRESH supermarkets and on their website.

 

Jingdong Mall was created by entrepreneur Liu Qiangdong and has only been able to expand and continue to be very successful. The facility will serve of utter importance as the plant factory will be producing spinach, cabbage, lettuce, coriander, and more. The advancement of technology has given people the option to buy their goods online, even food, and all plants at the facility will be tracked throughout the whole process. In today’s age, it is even more important for people to make sure that they get quality content as chemicals and pollutants have found their way into the food. Go Here for related Information.

 

Jingdong is promising healthy vegetables inside their plant factory as people will be on the watch to make sure temperatures and light fixtures are controlled by the management team. With the Japanese technology given to them, it eliminates the need for washing and the pollutants and pesticides not be added onto the vegetables. What makes the factory even more productive is that the big space allows them to create more content and it does not need as much water either like other companies.

 

Both Mitsubishi and JD.com are excited in the partnership and in providing customers with fresh and healthy vegetables. Anyone can now buy fresh vegetables from the plant or on the website as the two plan to introduce more to the facility later on.

 

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