Oct. 2, 2017
One of the major economic groups in India, Indofil recently entered the Brazilian agrochemical market.
An important international producer of Mancozeb, the company presented its directorship in the country recently at an event held in São Paulo.
Indofil is one of the pearls of the Indian group, which has a wide range of activities: an urban line of chemicals, paints, and textiles. Indofil’s products are already distributed in Brazil through other companies and the group would be interested in transferring the tobacco market, which has great potential in India.
Brazil’s directorship leader, agronomist Daniel Dias, discussed expansion plans, voicing conviction that Asian Rust is an irreversible requirement for demand of Mancozeb. It is one of the most import vertical product of the company and a requirement to support specialized molecules for fungi control in soybeans and other crops.
The company’s office in Alphaville Barueri in São Paulo hosted a cocktail for 45 executives of Brazilian companies operating in the market of agrochemicals. A presentation was also made by International Vice President, V.N. Rajesh.
Mancozeb’s vertical factories and three formulators of diverse insecticides are the company instruments, and the company has decided to make a large investment in registration in Brazil. Marenda Rane, the company’s chief operating officer and Pankaj Pati, Idonfil’s Europe director, also attended the event.