The Romanian company was founded in 1999, in Transylvania and started its activity in the agricultural field by distributing plant protection products, fertilizers, and seeds in its own store.
Considering the farmers’ needs on the internal agricultural market and moreover the market evolution and its requirements, the Romanian company extended its business in 2009, by switching from the simple distribution of the above-mentioned products to the diversification of the activities at another level; thus, the company made some large investments by purchasing performing agricultural machinery and arable land for crop production (nowadays, the company owns over 2500 hectares of arable land and the rest is rented). Along with investments in silos, some modern oil presses have been purchased. Also, by applying for the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development, the Romanian company was able to benefit from funding to build a modern selection and storage facility for cereals, with a capacity of 8500 tons.
The Romanian company is currently growing crops such as rape, barley, wheat, corn, sunflower, but also soybean and safflower. The products obtained are stored in the company’s own silos, where they are processed for impurities and excessive moisture. Agricultural products (wheat or corn) are sealed in 40kg raffia bags; a part of the crop production is converted into animal feed (including full-fat derived from soybeans).
As the Romanian company is addressing both large and small farmers and traders, the company has a team of professionals always open to new agricultural challenges (agronomic engineers) and it is working together with collaborators, consultants, agricultural researchers, plant protection specialists and/ or technical advisors to reach the best quality of products.
Willing to extend its business, the Romanian company is looking for international business partners interested in selling the Romanian crops abroad on the basis of a distribution services agreement.
Thus, the Romanian company intends to distribute its crop production abroad and is willing to sign an agreement with foreign distributors (SMEs) active in the field of agriculture, animal husbandry and/or distributors, importers and wholesalers.