nav Searchuser
Maxunitech Inc.
Beijing Multigrass Formulation Co., Ltd.

Syngenta to support small, medium growers in Pakistanqrcode

Jun. 2, 2017

Favorites Print
Jun. 2, 2017
Syngenta Pakistan, a premier crop protection company in Pakistan and the third largest seeds business, is at the fore front in supporting small and medium growers to take up modern ways of farming, with the primary objective of ensuring food security in the country.

Ms. Tina Lawton Syngenta's Head of Asia Pacific region made her first visit to Pakistan and toured Syngenta's Research & Development facility near Lahore to review Syngenta's operations and understand the Pakistan agriculture market and how to support its further development.

She also met with Syngenta Franchisees and farmers to get insight on the market, whereby assuring them Syngenta's commitment to Pakistan and upholding its long tradition of 50+ year presence in the country. She also discussed the modernization of the Naya Savera Franchise model with the use of latest pioneering technology. Ms. Lawton also mentioned Syngenta's transition of new ownership to ChemChina will not affect its status as a Swiss company, as Syngenta will remain a Switzerland based company and will continue to focus on long-term investment through over $1.4 billion annual investment in Research & Development in Pakistan.

Ms. Tina Lawton's visit proved extremely fruitful and truly demonstrated the Syngenta's commitment to improve the life of farmers. Syngenta is all geared up to transform the agriculture sector of Pakistan, making it a self-sufficient economy to meet its food requirements by bringing in new technology and products which will cater the needs of its ever-growing agriculture industry.

Picture 0/1200

More from AgroNews


2019 CRO & CRAO Manual 2019 Market Insight
Chinese issue of 2019 Market Insight 2019 India Pesticide Suppliers Guide
2019 Biologicals Special 2019 Latin America Focus
I wanna post a press Comment


Subscribe Email: *
Mobile Number:  


Picture 0/1200

Subscribe to daily email alerts of AgroNews.