Aug. 26, 2013
That is the case of FMC. Throughout the last ten years the firm registered an 18% growth in Brazil, with a turnover estimated in US$ 920 million, which placed it fourth in the ranking of companies of the sector in the country.
The reasons for this growth, as it was explained by Antonio Carlos Zem, Corporate President for Latin America of FMC, in the last edition of Brazil Agrochem Show, “are the innovative relationship with its customers, manufacture of products specifically adapted for key markets’ needs, expansion of its soybean, citrus, vegetables and eucalyptus portfolio”.
Beyond these and other technical reasons, Zem says that “in order to move ahead successfully, we must re-invent our products, continue with our sugar cane and cotton leadership and, in turn, become a key player in soybean and begin the migration towards natural and biological products”.
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