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SafeGrain Partners with iGrain as North American Distributor

iGrain, based in Denmark, is a leader in digital grain monitoring.

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January 30, 2024

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SafeGrain partners with iGrain on digital monitoring
The partnership will position SafeGrain as the leader in grain monitoring technology.Image courtesy of tonivaver / iStock via Getty Images

SafeGrain, an innovator in grain quality monitoring solutions, has secured the North American manufacturing and distribution rights for iGrain’s digital monitoring product suite, bringing advanced grain and bulk storage quality monitoring capabilities to customers in the US, Canada, and Mexico. In return, iGrain will distribute SafeGrain’s hazard monitoring controls internationally.

“This strategic partnership will position SafeGrain as the leader in grain monitoring technology,” said Zach Carr, president and CEO of SafeGrain. “With our 70 years of history, we will seamlessly integrate the manufacturing and distribution of iGrain’s digital products into our technologically advanced portfolio.”

SafeGrain's portfolio will expand to include fan automation, All-in-One sensor cables for simultaneously monitoring temperature, moisture, and CO2 and digital temperature sensor cables. As well, the company's new dashboard manager and smart app will provide operators with on-demand data for accurate inventory management decision-making.

“The addition of these products rounds out SafeGrain’s portfolio to offer both analog and digital solutions for grain quality management and gives customers the option to select the solution that best fits their facility’s needs,” said Carr. “We are honored to be a trusted partner to many farms and grain companies, helping them to ensure safe, quality operations for years to come.”

The partnership and product portfolio expansion position SafeGrain to offer customers the most complete collection of hazard monitoring and quality control solution systems in North America.

Denmark-based iGrain is a leader in digital grain monitoring with more than 20 years of experience in advanced grain monitoring and control solutions.

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