Whether your a pecan farmer or a seasoned exporter, you will likely ship your pecans to a buyer at some point during the season. The time has finally come to deliver your high quality pecan products to your customer and get paid for your work. When you ship pecans in a intermodal container overseas, your pecans will encounter extreme temperature changes as the cargo vessel moves around the globe. One of the most common issue faced by shippers is the condensation that can build up inside of the shipping container; by using one of our desiccant solutions for your pecan cargo, you can eliminate 99% of the moisture in the air and prevent what is known as “rain” inside of the shipping container. The high quality desiccants at Nordic Dry will keep your pecan cargo safe and get your pecans to your customer just as fresh as when you packed them. By choosing Nordic Dry Desiccants, you are quietly conveying to your customer that you care about your pecan products and the relationship between you and your customers. Click here to get more information about Nordic Dry desiccants.
Hi, My name is Matthew Bailey, I am from south Georgia born and raised in the heart of pecan country here in Dougherty and Mitchell county. I fell in love with the pecan industry around 2003 and enjoy learning new things about this industry every year. I am currently involved in the growing and exporting of pecans both in-shell and shelled. I love what I do, and being editor here at pecanreport.com is one of the ways I get to share that with the world. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please contact me, I am always glad to help.