XAGRO Expands, Adding Two New Divisions

XAGRO has added an export trade department to work with companies new to exporting and a contract farming division to grow specialty crops, including organic herbs.

Friday, May 6, 2011

Fuente: Xagro S.A.

An Export Trade Department was created to benefit manufactures in Nicaragua who do not have the experience or financing to export their products directly.

XAGRO will work with these companies, providing access to foreign buyers and technical assistance. "we plan on working one on one with those businesses that are interested in expanding and finding new market opportunities for their products" quoted Ronald Ehli, CEO of XAGRO. "We have substantial market knowledge, specifically in the United States, and can provide our partners with a vast array of services" he continued.

The other new division is Contract Farming which is an area that XAGRO has grown significantly over the past year. Contract farming is agricultural production carried out according to an agreement between a buyer and XAGRO whereby a buyer can better control product quality, timing and pricing.
"We welcome experimental and specialized crops" exclaimed Ehli at a recent news conference. "Doing business in a foreign country is not easy, so having a proven partner, on site, managing your program, is vital". "XAGRO can help with every aspect, from importing the seeds to planting, harvesting, packing, and successfully exporting back to the clients warehouse" stated Ehli. XAGRO can commit as little as 1 acre to over 2,500 to any given project and can grow acording to Organic Certification.

Pressrelase of Xagro S.A.
published by Ronald Ehli

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