British Frontier Agriculture considers entering the Ukrainian market

Mark Aitchison, MD & Director at Frontier Agriculture Limited
Mark Aitchison, MD & Director at Frontier Agriculture Limited
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Ukraine is a promising market for the introduction of British agrarian innovations.

Mark Aitchison, MD & Director at Frontier Agriculture Limited, says that the company is ready the enter the Ukrainian market:

"We provide services for 10 thousand British farmers, we have 160 agronomists, 14 thousand demo fields and 29 demo locations for scientific research. We are ready to enter the Ukrainian market together with the products of our company Intracrop."

This year in Ukraine a new fertilizer-antistress Talisman will be tested on of corn, sunflower, wheat, soy. Potentially, its use can increase crop yields by 0.25-2 t/ha.

The company is involved in the full cycle of the production of arable crops and grain trade; it supplies seeds, PPP and fertilizers to agrarians in combination with agronomic services thanks to a team of 140 agronomists. Frontier has several units that provide additional advice to farmers. One of those is SOYL, which specializes in providing services for high-precision crop production.

Note: Frontier Agriculture is the UK's leading crop production and grain marketing business, recognised for its close customer relationships with farmers and grain consumers and its successful management of the arable supply chain.

Frontier was formed in 2005 as a joint venture between Associated British Foods and Cargill plc and now turns over around GBP 1.5 billion per annum. Frontier has 44 sites across the UK and employs more than 900 colleagues. Frontier’s main offices are in Perth, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Cranswick, Witham St Hughs, Diss, Sandy, Andover and Ross-on-Wye.

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