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Futureco Bioscience expands commercial operations in Mexico

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Futureco Bioscience has expanded its commercial operations by opening its first subsidiary in Mexico.

After first signing distribution agreements in the Mexican territory for its biocontrol products (Bestcure and Nofly) and following its successful model of openings in other strategic locations such as Peru, this opening marks a new chapter in the global strategy of the company.

Futureco Bioscience Mexico will establish its headquarters in Mexico City, from where it will oversee and manage operations in the national market, with a specific focus on the Sinaloa region.

"At Futureco Bioscience, we have assembled a team of experienced professionals who are already working to expand our business and consolidate the leadership of our class-leading biostimulant products,” said Sandro Baglietto, global sales manager of Futureco Bioscience. “We are focused on forging strong partnerships in Mexico and are confident that we will achieve exceptional performance to meet the global business targets set for 2023 and beyond.”

Mexico is a key producer of crops such as maize, avocado, cereals and various field vegetables, highlighting its enormous potential. In addition, Mexico ranks third worldwide in the production of organic agricultural products.

With the support of Futureco Bioscience's talented and experienced team in Spain and Latin America, the company will continue its expansion in South America in the near future, establishing new subsidiaries in other countries and adding professionals with vast experience to underpin its vision of growth and leadership.

Photo: First commercial meeting in Mexico City. From left to right: Ijlal Benslimane, Ernesto Parra, Juan Antonio Leyva, Andrea Quevedo, Clevis Castellón, Joan Montoya, Fernando Monroy Henao, Sandro Baglietto.

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