The Company headquarter is in Manerbio, in the province of Brescia (Italy), where the production plant is also located, while the commercial, development and regulatory departments are located in Novate Milanese, at the gates of Milan.
With a turnover of over 90 million euros and more than 90 employees, we are the world leader in the production and distribution of dinitroanilines, active ingredients with herbicidal activity.
We were the first Italian company to become a member of ECCA (European Crop Care Association), the European Association of the leading manufacturers of generic crop protection products.
Since 2019 we are part of ELITE network, the London Stock Exchange Group program launched in Italy in 2012 with the collaboration of Confindustria.
We have registrations in Europe and worldwide, we rely on our research activities, that include a laboratory equipped for substance stability tests, and on our knowledge of regulatory processes to develop complete dossiers for active ingredients and formulated products.
We market proprietary and third-party products, offering an accurate service in complete safety, from pick up at the factory to transfer by land, sea or air, customs clearance, and punctual delivery to destination.
We are now engaged in a major development plan expanding and innovating our product portfolio and registrations in order to responsibly contribute to the future of increasingly sustainable agriculture.
Since March 2021 we have been members of IBMA Global – International Biocontrol Manufacturers Association – the Association that represents and promotes the biocontrol industry and the innovation of green technologies throughout the world.
Indeed, we believe that our responsibility as a chemical company must be inextricably linked to an innovation that incorporates products and solutions with less environmental impact, to meet the demands of crop protection as they change in compliance with the targets of Agenda 2030 and the development of the forthcoming community programme ‘From Farm to Fork’.