DVA invests $5.7 million in a new manufacturing facility for bio-inputs in Spain

DVA Agro is in the process to open a new manufacturing and technology complex in the city of Malaga, Spain, in the second half of 2022, with a focus on the Brazilian market, which will absorb about 60% of what will be developed and produced there.

It is no secret that Brazil is a world agribusiness center and has been the focus of many companies doing business here. This is exactly the case of the German multinational, DVA Agro, which invests heavily in R&D (Research and Development). The strategy is to be aligned with the sustainable development goals of the United Nations for an increasingly larger and more sustainable production, less invasive to the environment.

In this sense, another major step has just been taken with an investment of US$ 5.7 million for the implementation of a technology center in Malaga, Spain. Two highly modern structures will be installed, one for the development of research and manufacturing with microorganisms and the other for bio-fertilizers, bionutrients and foliar fertilizers, products baptized with the name INCENTIA┬«. In recent days, as explained by the agricultural engineer, researcher and global head of plant nutrition at DVA, Andres de la Cruz Perez, the site where everything will be deployed has already been acquired and begins to undergo the necessary adaptations. “We are in the moment of construction and renovation. We expect to inaugurate the site in the second half of 2022,” he confesses.

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