Lindsay inks MENA irrigation supply agreement

The deal includes Zimmatic irrigation systems as well as FieldNET remote management and scheduling technology.
EDITED BY LUKE REYNOLDS
Irrigation systems create green circular fields in the dry Arabi

Lindsay Corporation, Omaha, Nebraska, has signed a multi-year supply agreement to provide Zimmatic irrigation systems and FieldNET remote management and scheduling technology in the Middle East and North Africa region. This move is part of a broader strategy to support localized food production in the region. 

“This partnership demonstrates Lindsay’s ability to execute large-scale and complex projects that address the critical needs of our customers, and enhances their ability to increase food production, conserve limited water resources and improve quality of life,” says Randy Wood, Lindsay president and CEO. “Our global team members work tirelessly to support our customers, and as leaders in water management and innovation, we look forward to executing this project and partnering to help address food security in the region.” 

The project is valued at more than $100 million in revenues. Pivot shipments for this project will commence in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2024 and are scheduled to continue until 2025. 

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