IGS has formally confirmed its membership of Scottish Engineering, the support and lobbying organisation for the manufacturing and engineering industry in Scotland.
Through our membership, we intend to maintain our commitment to the industry as we continue to design and develop smart platforms that create ideal climates for plants and people.
Our work has always been based upon a culture of continuous innovation, brilliant, simple design and a refusal to accept conventional technical thinking. This is something that we know Scottish Engineering will help us to maintain as we work together going forward.
We are dedicated to proactively supporting and working as an integral member of the engineering community and are excited to fully explore the opportunities that Scottish Engineering membership will bring.
More information about Scottish Engineering can be found here: https://www.scottishengineering.org.uk/.
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CEO of IGS, David Farquhar, recently sat down with Sarah Kirton from Delivery Rank to talk all things IGS and discuss how our vertical farming solution can help transform the food production industry, making it more sustainable and helping combat issues with food security across the world.