Tessenderlo Kerley acquires carbaryl business from Bayer CropScience

Tessenderlo Kerley acquires carbaryl business from Bayer CropScience

11:44 PM, 31st January 2012
Tessenderlo Kerley acquires carbaryl business from Bayer CropScience
Jordan Burns, CEO, Tessenderlo Kerley.

ARIZONA, US: Tessenderlo Kerley (TKI), a US subsidiary of Tessenderlo Group, announced the purchase of the crop protection assets of the global carbaryl business from Bayer CropScience, which will retain the non-crop business. This acquisition is projected to add an estimated €15 million annually to the revenue of TKI. “TKI is committed to expanding its crop protection portfolio. We intend to continue building our NovaSource crop protection group with the addition of strategic products as they become available,” said Jordan Burns, CEO, TKI.

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