Atlántica Agrícola announces the worldwide launching of Grupo Atlántica, a concentration of the two entities under the same ownership that until now operated independently.
According to Marta Gutiérrez, CEO of Grupo Atlántica, the group will bring together the teams and the global experience needed to offer solutions to its clients with the agility and flexibility they need today.
“To meet the demands of today's agriculture, we need to create a business environment that enables us to effectively and sustainably address the technological challenges of today's agriculture, and sustainably address the technological, regulatory and market challenges that we now face,” said Gutiérrez.
With this new merger, the companies Atlántica Agrícola, Fertival, BioAtlántica and Agroresource become part of the same group under the slogan ‘Natural Company’, which refers to the purpose of all the brands to maintain the naturalness of the soils, plants, fruits and living beings around a crop, while providing effective results for the farmer.
“Grupo Atlántica is the element that we were missing for the start of a new stage oriented towards change, in which the customer is at the centre of everything, and in which our R&D, digital transformation and awareness, and sustainability at all levels are going to be the cornerstones of our work,” noted Gutiérrez. "Grupo Atlantica is already having a positive impact on our business and our people: we are creating training groups for the future leaders of the companies that make up the group. Among many other synergies at different levels, the management staff is shared, and this allows us to transfer the talent that can exist between our companies which enriches our collaborators and dynamizes their activity, increasing the attractiveness of their work.”
Atlántica Agrícola is a provider of bionutrition, biostimulation and plant bioprotection. With 40 years of experience and 250 employees, today it expands worldwide through eight subsidiaries and a distribution network that brings its solutions to 70 countries. In the coming year, the company plans to increase its investment figures, focused on digital transformation, facilities, registrations and the expansion of international business to new markets such as the U.S. and China.
The company also plans to consolidate its line of microorganisms and to create new developments within the families of biostimulants, botanical extracts and new specialty products.
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