Mar 9, 2021
Summit Agro USA and Seipasa announce exclusive distributorship

Two leading players in the biologicals crop protection space have announced an exclusive distributorship arrangement. Summit Agro USA will now have the sole rights to Seipasa S.A.’s products for sale in the United States based on this newly signed agreement.

“This partnership between the two companies is based on Seipasa recognizing the strength of Summit Agro and its commitment to providing our partners with innovative crop production solutions to meet the needs of growers across the United States. Alignment with Summit Agro also provides Seipasa access to the strong global opportunities and network that Summit Agro possesses. In addition, it will streamline Seipasa business activities,” Bill Lewis, president and CEO of Summit Agro USA, said in a news release.

“The infusion of Summit Agro’s resources for these products will be an exciting development for both conventional and organic growers across the U.S. Customers can expect a seamless experience with this distributor agreement in place,” Lewis added. “Summit Agro will work to ensure customers have no disruption of AVIV and Seican.”

Pedro Peleato, CEO of Seipasa, expressed his satisfaction with this partnership agreement with Summit-Agro for the distribution of Seican and AVIV products. “Summit Agro is perfectly aligned with the main values of our Natural Technology model applied to agriculture. Seican and AVIV are two exponents of that model as biological, effective and highly technical solutions for pest and disease control,” said Peleato.

More information can be found at the Summit Agro and Seipasa websites: www.summitagro-usa.com and www.seipasa.com.




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