Enza Zaden and Ahern Strengthen Their Collaboration for Cucumbers in Mexico
March 3, 2021
On February the 25th in Culiacan, Mexico, Ahern Seeds and Enza Zaden signed a new agreement to further develop the Mexican cucumber market with the Enza Zaden and Vitalis product line. Ahern Seeds will now have preferred access to Enza Zaden / Vitalis’ outstanding genetics to market and sell in Mexico for the upcoming years.
Both companies will continue working to enhance collaboration to best support growers and brokers alike; through close and direct contact with them and presenting new and improved varieties that are best fit for local and regional crop management. This will result in better yields, higher fruit quality and overall business growth for all parties involved.
Ahern Seeds and Enza Zaden/Vitalis have worked closely for over 20 to develop Mexico’s agriculture potential.
We are very excited to be signing this agreement with Enza Zaden, we have been business partners for over 2 decades. They have been and will remain a strategic commercial ally. We share the commitment to provide Mexico´s growers with the best technologies and seed genetics in the coming years. - Jose Luis Beristain, Executive Vice President at Ahern Seeds.
Ahern Seeds has been a great business partner to Enza Zaden for the past decades, we greatly acknowledge their collaboration and efforts to best serve Mexico´s growers’ hand in hand with our outstanding genetics. This new era of collaboration will strengthen this relationship for the years to come. - Rodolfo Leyva, Regional Sales Director North America at Enza Zaden.
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