The new subsidiary of Peru will join those already opened in Mexico and Chile, in order to consolidate its international strategy by strengthening in new markets, with the aim of becoming a clear reference in the sector of bioestimulantes and biopesticides of residue 0 in South America .
Grupo Agrotecnología continues with its international expansion plan, launching a new subsidiary in Peru. As Enrique Riquelme, General Director of the Group commented to us, "this new subsidiary seeks to address the agronomic problems of the powerful Peruvian agricultural market, offering solutions for efficient nutrition and crop protection, while respecting the environment."
Headquartered in the capital, Lima, the new subsidiary of Grupo Agrotecnología, has a specialized technical team that aspires to cover the most emerging markets in Peru covered by the Olmos irrigation program that intends to make more than 38,000 hectares of arable land. 23,736 hectares are already available and will host crops such as sugar cane, blueberries, asparagus, avocado, table grapes or mangoes.
The growth of the agricultural market in Peru, as Enrique Riquelme tells us, "is marked by the increasing exportation of its products to the EU, the United States and Asia, where the MRLs are very low". Riquelme, that Grupo Agrotecnología plays a determining role for Peruvian agricultural producers, given its extensive experience of more than 20 years in the market, and leadership in the sector biostimulants and biopesticides or waste.
Agrotechnology: Agrotecnología Group (Iberfol S.L.) is a Spanish company dedicated to the research, development, manufacture and commercialization of products for the protection and nutrition of agricultural crops respectful to the environment. Grupo Agrotecnología, is headquartered in Spain, where it serves the markets of Europe and Africa. In addition, it has two subsidiary companies, Grupo Agrotecnología México, to provide coverage to Central America North America, and Grupo Agrotecnología Sur, located in Chile to serve all of South America and Grupo Agrotecnología del Perú, to address Peruvian agriculture.