c/o Teollisen yhteistyön rahasto Oy (FINNFUND)
00181 Helsinki - FINLAND
puh: 09 348 434 (mainitsethan puhelimessa, että tavoittelet Finnpartnershipia)
IndustryAgriculture and food processing
Lotización Inmaconsa Calle Tulipanes, 3er Callejón 22 N° 1718 Y Av. 42 N O Mz. 7
Web page https://nederagro.com/
Company Address firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Xavier Enrique Neder Diaz
OrganisationEco. Lassi Pensikkala
Project typeTrade intermediary (agent, representative, distributor)
Project abstractNederagro S.A., an Ecuadorian company specialised in agrochemicals and other inputs for agriculture with the highest quality and reliability, is searching for Finnish partners for export and distribution of Nederagro S.A. agrochemical products and also in search of packaging technology and solutions in Finland. The company is also interested in further cooperation in form of joint venture in production and distribution of agrochemicals in Latin America.
Project descriptionNederagro S.A., established in 2003 is based in Ecuador and currently employs 90 persons.
The company’s main products/services include formulation of chemical and organic fertilizers which are categorized in the first alimentary chain. Nederagro S.A. imports and exports agrochemicals within Latin America.
Their current export markets are Paraguay, Bolivia, Perú, República Dominicana, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panamá and the customers so far have been Econeoagrox – Perú, Agroandina – Perú, Agroesa – República Dominicana, Comiagro – Bolivia, Mainter – Bolivia.
Nederagro S.A., is currently looking for a partner to start export to and distribution of agrochemical products categorized in the first alimentary chain, in Finland. The company is also interested in further possible cooperation in import of agrochemicals and fertilizers from Finland and packaging in Ecuador.
Number of employees90
Annual turnover in €10-50 million
Annual balance sheet total10-43 million
Certifications, standardsISO 9001, ISO 14001
Already engaged in international co-operationYes
Percentage of transnational activities10 to 49%