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syngenta opens new vegetable seed processing plant in Wasingtonqrcode

Oct. 29, 2009

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Oct. 29, 2009

Syngenta Seeds will showcase its new vegetable seed processing plant in Pasco, Wash. The Pasco facility is located on approximately 40 acres of land and is designed and equipped with new, high-technology equipment to process vegetable seed including sweet corn, watermelon, squash, melon, broccoli, spinach, pepper and tomato.

Total capital investment in the Pasco facility is $42 million, which includes facility and site construction, land and equipment. Syngenta employs approximately 30 full-time employees at the Pasco facility and more than 100 seasonal employees during the sweet corn harvest season.

Syngenta Seeds constructed the Pasco seed processing facility to meet the long-term anticipated global customer demand for high quality vegetable seeds. The facility is a key part of the companys strategy to focus on high quality, differentiated vegetable seed products.

The state-of-the-art technology in the facility provides a significant improvement in seed processing capabilities, which underscores the Syngenta commitment to providing its customers the highest quality products possible.


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