TUCSON, Ariz. – Tech Parks Arizona is pleased to announce that Pacific Trellis has developed an office at the UA Tech Park. Pacific Trellis chose to move to the UA Tech Park to connect with the University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences while expanding its North American footprint. Businesses that move to the UA Tech Park are immediately plugged into the talent and expertise of the University of Arizona. Pacific Trellis is formalizing an internship program with the University of Arizona and seeks to collaborate in many other ways.
Established in 1999, Pacific Trellis Fruit has become one of America’s top year-round growers, shippers and marketers of premium fresh fruits. Pacific Trellis Fruit represents an extensive group of growers from all over the world in addition to farms they operate. The long-term partnership with the growers is a result of years of trusted relations developed from working with them hands-on to grow produce of exceptional quality.
“We are excited to open a new office at the UA Tech Park and expand our footprint in the Southern Arizona area to solidifying our commitment to existing partners and identify new opportunities for expansion,” says Dan Carpella Jr., Senior Sales Executive for Pacific Trellis Fruit. “This new location positions us to take advantage of a new pool of talent previously unavailable to the company,” Carapella added.
Pacific Trellis joins over 80+ other companies and organizations that call UA Tech Park home, a place where emerging businesses and tech giants work side by side. The park’s spacious campus encompasses 1,267 acres and is located in one of Arizona’s fast-growing suburban settings on Tucson’s southeast side at Rita Road. The UA Tech Park provides the infrastructure for business to connect and advance leading edge technology with 2 million square feet of space for high-tech offices, R&D, and laboratory facilities combined with the campus culture.
Pacific Trellis Fruit is one of North America’s top year-round importers and growers of premium fresh fruit, including melons, grapes, peaches, plums, nectarines, and cherries. It partners with growers in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Peru, Spain, and Uruguay, as well as domestic farmers across the nation.