Makhteshim Agan Group Business expansion in Lithuanian market

Makhteshim Agan establishes local subsidiary in Lithuania

9:48 AM, 3rd July 2013
Makhteshim Agan Group

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL/LEUSDEN, NETHERLANDS: The Makhteshim Agan Groupleading manufacturer and distributor worldwide of crop protection solutions, established a wholly owned subsidiary in Vilnius, Lithuania called UAB Makhteshim-Agan Benelux & Nordic (MABENO). This subsidiary will provide with direct commercial access to the Lithuanian market and closer proximity to the needs of farmers in that region.

“Our newly enlarged team will allow MABENO to better serve our customers, and gain market share. We are excited about the combination of a group of professionals with strong knowledge of the local market together with MABENO’s portfolio of solutions. By strengthening our footprint, we are maintaining our focus on providing customers with a variety of comprehensive, innovative solutions that will simplify their working lives,” said Han Rupert, CEO, Makhteshim-Agan Benelux & Nordic.

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