OPI, a leading name in the agriculture industry for grain management solutions, is thrilled to announce its new collaboration with Intellifarms Northern Division (IFND), the largest automation equipment dealer in the US. This strategic partnership will bring OPI Blue and the full OPI product line to IFND’s extensive customer base, with five locations serving a dozen states.
With this significant move and revived support to the existing dealer population and customer base, OPI is poised to double their grain bin management presence in the US market within the next year.
Jared Holland, IFND Owner, commented on this exciting development, “We’re always seeking ways to provide our clients with the best solutions available, and with the addition of OPI’s products, we’re enhancing our automation capabilities even further. The CO2 detection device is just one of the game-changing features we’re excited about introducing to our network.”
Dave Crompton, the visionary behind OPI and the originator of the first automated grain bin management system, reflected on this new partnership: “When I founded OPI back in 1984, I envisioned the growth of our brand through solid collaborations with outstanding grain equipment dealers. Teaming up with Intellifarms Northern Division, a trusted name in the industry, is a testament to that dream and our continued commitment to bringing innovative grain management solutions to growers everywhere.”
This alliance between OPI and IFND is expected to shape the future of the agricultural industry, offering unmatched technology and solutions to farmers, elevators, and other stakeholders in the grain sector.
About OPI: For more than 39 years, farm and commercial storage practitioners worldwide trusted the safety of their grain investments to OPI. The company’s products and proprietary data provide the tools agriculture needs to ensure hard-earned investments are not lost to spoilage. For as little as 6 cents per bushel, OPI’s monitoring and control products help secure the global grain supply. OPI innovations are available through their network of more than 200 dealers in 75 countries. For more information, visit AdvancedGrainManagement.com.