Inca Town Council and the Pagesa de Inca Cooperative signed a collaboration agreement for the modernisation of their facilities

May 27, 2024 | Current affairs, Featured, Interview, Post, Revista Lloseta, Thursday Daily Bulletin, Tradition, Writter

The Inca Town Council reaffirms its commitment to the farming sector and local farmers with the approval of a direct subsidy to the Pagesa de Inca Cooperative. In this way, the town council of the capital of Raiguer has granted a subsidy of 40,000 euros to improve the development of its work and contribute to increasing efficiency and sustainability.

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Inca Town Council and the Pagesa de Inca Cooperative signed a collaboration agreement

“This agreement is another example of the commitment of the Inca Town Council to the local agricultural sector. The Pagesa de Inca Cooperative plays a crucial role in our community and this modernisation of their facilities will allow them to continue their valuable work more efficiently,” says the Mayor of Inca, Virgilio Moreno.

The main objective of this direct subsidy is to provide economic support to the farmers of Inca, in order to promote the maintenance and growth of the sector. This aid will provide the Cooperativa Pagesa de Inca with the resources necessary to equip and modernise the shop, warehouse, offices and meeting room at the headquarters of the Cooperativa Pagesa de Inca.

“The main objective of this grant is to strengthen the sector and ensure its sustainable development. In this way, we support the Cooperativa Pagesa de Inca, a reference entity in the town, in its work of advising and training local farmers, as well as promoting agriculture and the development of the primary sector in Inca”, explains the councillor for the Environment, Helena Cayetano.

The signing of the grant agreement for the modernisation and adaptation of the cooperative’s headquarters was presided over by the mayor of Inca, Virgilio Moreno, and the president of the Pagesa de Inca Cooperative, Tomeu Martorell. Also present at the meeting were the councillor for the Environment, Helena Cayetano, and other representatives of the cooperative.