Brazilian Fertiliser Spreader Specialist MP AGRO Becomes Part Of The AMAZONE Group

Published online: May 18, 2024 Articles
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Agricultural machinery manufacturer AMAZONE has announced that, subject to official approval, the Brazilian fertiliser spreader specialist MP AGRO will become part of the AMAZONE Group. This acquisition marks a significant milestone for both companies and signals a further step in its internationalisation and the growth of the AMAZONE Group in South America.

The collaboration between MP AGRO and AMAZONE means that it is possible to combine the specialist strengths of both companies in order to be able to jointly set new standards in professional fertiliser application technology. Under the proven leadership of Douglas Peccin, MP AGRO's existing workforce will remain unchanged and the business will continue to operate as usual.

“We will be relying on the MP AGRO team by using both their expertise as well as their closeness to the local market, so that we at AMAZONE can bring our technology to Brazil,” explain AMAZONE owners Christian Dreyer and Dr. Justus Dreyer.

The merger aims to offer innovative agricultural machinery of the highest quality to the Brazilian market and to raise the level of accuracy and sustainability in fertiliser application to a new level.

The outstanding strengths of both companies are combined. MP AGRO brings with it a young, highly-motivated and dynamic team that focuses on the sector of fertiliser application and has in-depth market know-how in Brazil. With strong sales partners across Brazil, MP AGRO is known for the high quality and reliability of its products.

AMAZONE, a fourth-generation family business, has stood for constant growth through innovation and precision for over 140 years. Manufacturing pioneering products for intelligent crop cultivation, AMAZONE brings an international success story to the collaboration.

As a joint entity, MP AGRO and AMAZONE will strive to become the leading supplier of fertiliser application technology in Brazil and to further expand their shared innovative strengths. This partnership promises significant added value for customers in Brazil.

For more information, visit www.mpAGRO.com.br and www.amazone.net.