Yoorin Fertilizers participates in Simcafé

Event helps coffee growers manage and expand their business

11.04.2018 | 20:59 (UTC -3)
Rodrigo Bifani

Yoorin Fertilizers will be present at the 10th Simcafé, Café da Alta Mogiana Agribusiness Symposium, from April 17th to 19th, in Franca, in the interior of São Paulo. The company will bring its portfolio of differentiated fertilizers and new products to serve this crop, which currently accounts for 17% of the company's sales.

The meeting is the main coffee growing event in the region and aimed at disseminating knowledge to help producers manage their properties and expand business opportunities. In addition to lectures, Simcafé also holds a fair with companies in the sector, which bring what's new in terms of inputs, machines, agricultural implements, among other trends.


About Yoorin Fertilizers

Founded in 1966, Yoorin Fertilizers, formerly Mitsui Fertilizers, specializes in transforming minerals into differentiated fertilizers with high agronomic efficiency. The company was acquired by Grupo Curimbaba in 2010 and, since then, has grown 15,7%. Currently, it has a production potential of 400 thousand tons of fertilizers per year, serving 800 thousand hectares of crops. There are more than 660 active customers, including cooperatives, representatives and producers. Yoorin is the first input company in the world to have the ProTerra Sustainability seal, in addition to obtaining certification as an input approved for use in organic agriculture by IBD, for Yoorin, Yoorin K and Ekosil fertilizers.


About Yoorin Fertilizers

Founded in 1966, Yoorin Fertilizers, formerly Mitsui Fertilizers, specializes in transforming minerals into differentiated fertilizers with high agronomic efficiency. The company was acquired by Grupo Curimbaba in 2010 and, since then, has grown 15,7%. Currently, it has a production potential of 400 thousand tons of fertilizers per year, serving 800 thousand hectares of crops. There are more than 660 active customers, including cooperatives, representatives and producers. Yoorin is the first input company in the world to have the ProTerra Sustainability seal, in addition to obtaining certification as an input approved for use in organic agriculture by IBD, for Yoorin, Yoorin K and Ekosil fertilizers.

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